Leader's New Year message
In his New Year’s message the Leader of Medway Council discusses the launch of a new children’s film and exciting projects for the year ahead.
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Medway Council awarded government funding to help modernise the planning process
We're delighted to announce that we have been awarded government funding to help further modernise the planning process and make it easier for residents to use.
Medway’s Severe Weather Emergency Protocol is in place
We’re working with partner agencies to let rough sleepers know that emergency accommodation is available in Medway.
Medway Council shortlisted in the 2022 Hearts for the Arts Awards
The shortlist has been announced for the National Campaign for the Arts' (NCA) Hearts for the Arts Awards 2022.
Easier than ever to be vaccinated this weekend
We are encouraging residents to get vaccinated at walk-in and pop-up sites across Medway and Kent this weekend.
Plans for new family-friendly sports centre in Rainham take a step forward
We have reached an exciting milestone in our plans to build a new modern-family-friendly sports centre in Rainham.
Connecting central London to the north Kent coast as new stretch of the England Coast Path is officially open
The new year brings a new trail for Medway residents and visitors to enjoy, to connect with nature and for health and wellbeing opportunities.
300 boosted against Covid-19 at army barracks
NHS vaccinators joined forces with a British army medical team to give more than 300 jabs to trainees and other personnel at an army barracks in Gillingham.
Leader’s Christmas Message
In the Leader’s Christmas message he discusses COP26, the Levelling-up fund & how to best protect yourself and your loved ones over the festive period
Residents encouraged to think carefully before getting a fur-iend this Christmas
We are offering advice to residents who are considering buying a dog this Christmas.
Safety initiative receives national award
An innovative safety initiative has won a national award from Children & Young People Now.
Cancer patients in Medway turn to charity for help in accessing almost £3.5 million of financial support to cover the cost of essentials
New figures from the Medway Council & Macmillan Welfare Benefits Service shows it helped over 600 people claim an average of £5,241 between June 2020 and June 2021.
Businesses encouraged to find out more about training grants on offer
We are encouraging businesses, and residents, to find out more about the training grants which are currently on offer.
Changes to Medway Council’s Services: Plan B Winter Plan
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement that the Government will be implementing Plan B of its Winter Plan from today, Friday 10 December, we are advising residents of changes to our facilities.
Leader’s message to residents following government’s introduction of Plan B measures
Medway Council Leader, Cllr Alan Jarrett, releases new message to residents following Prime Minister announcement.