Medway’s young people recognised at new awards ceremony
The first ever Medway Youth Awards have taken place, recognising and celebrating the remarkable people who are living, working or attending school in Medway and are helping the community thrive.
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Medway Mile Summer Challenge
Inspired by the Medway Mile to have a more active and healthy summer? Then take on these public health team challenges to enter the A Better Medway team’s summer prize draw.
Medway Council continues to help local smokers stub out the habit
Smoking rates in Medway have dropped by more than a quarter in the last five years, according to new figures published by the Office for National Statistics.
Celebrating all Chatham has to offer
Chatham is set for a day of celebration this Saturday (21 July) with the launch of a new Love Chatham initiative and special exhibition to celebrate Medway’s 20th anniversary.
Medway’s parks are among the best in the world
Seven of Medway’s parks have continued to be recognised by the Green Flag Award Scheme alongside some of the very best in the world.
Man fined £1,000 for hindering fly-tipping investigation
A man has been fined £1,000 for failing to co-operate with a fly-tipping investigation after waste was dumped in Rainham.
Plans to bring vacant shopping centre back into use
Medway Council will discuss a proposal to redevelop a shopping centre in Gillingham town centre later this month.
Residents encouraged to take part in the Summer Reading Challenge 2018
Medway Council is encouraging residents of all ages to sign up to this year’s Summer Reading Challenge.
Children praised for taking part in national walking challenge
Children across Medway have been praised for taking part in a national campaign which aims to encourage more children to walk to and from school.
The transformation of Strood Waterfront has begun
Work has begun to transform Strood Waterfront and pave the way for future development, including more than 1,000 new homes.
Fly-tipper fined £5,000
A man has been fined £5,000 after dumping waste in Chatham.
New bins are proving a great result
The litter project at Chatham Bus Station rolls on.
Love Medway - Hate Litter
Fly tipping is anti-social, unfriendly and illegal. Individuals caught can be prosecuted.
Apply for SEN travel assistance
Parents and carers who require SEN travel assistance during the next academic year, 2018/2019, have until Wednesday, 25 July, to apply.
Freedom of the Borough
We awarded the Princess of Wales’ Royal Regiment (PWRR) with freedom of the borough on Sunday, 1 July to mark their long association with Medway.