Medway Council announces the death of Cllr Mick Pendergast
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Cllr Mick Pendergast.
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Children receive their Medway Test results
Children and families across Medway will receive their child’s Medway Test results today, Tuesday, 4 October.
Residents encouraged to have their say on Medway’s creative heritage quarter
Medway residents and local businesses still have time to share their thoughts on how to improve the historical area between Rochester and Chatham with new funding.
Calling all writers – residents encouraged to send Circle of Six inspired stories
Are you a budding writer or poet?
School children across Medway encouraged to take part in walking challenge
Primary and secondary schools across Medway are encouraged to sign up for Walk to School Month in October.
Stub out the habit this Stoptober
Smokers across Medway are encouraged to access support to stop smoking this Stoptober.
New dates for the Medway Food and Drink Festival announced
The highly anticipated foodie festival in Medway will take ticket holders by storm in the spring of 2023.
A Medway historic listed building has been revitalised
Work to restore the front of a Grade II* listed Georgian mansion in Rochester has been completed.
New club at Strood Sports Centre aims to tackle loneliness
A new sports club which aims to tackle loneliness in older residents is set to open at one of Medway’s sports centres next month.
Help shape Hoo’s future
Medway residents can have their say on the draft masterplan for the sustainable growth of communities on the Hoo Peninsula over the coming decades.
Celebrating Medway’s innovative developments
The winners of the prestigious Medway Design and Regeneration Awards have been revealed.
Great fun to be had in Medway during Great Big Green Week
An Energy Café, cycling groups and picturesque nature walks are just some of the ways Medway will support the UK’s biggest celebration of community action to tackle climate change and protect nature.
Floral tributes will be used to plant a memory tree
The Mayor of Medway, Cllr Jan Aldous, visited Rochester Castle Gardens yesterday (19 Sep) to look at all the floral tributes which were left for Her Majesty The Queen.
Changes to our council meetings
We have cancelled and postponed some council meetings due to the national period of mourning for Her Majesty The Queen.
Medway's local Proclamation
Medway's local Proclamation announcing the accession of His Majesty King Charles III took place in Rochester Castle Gardens yesterday, Sunday, 11 September.