Financial support for self-employed
Medway residents who are self-employed may be eligible for further financial support during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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Medway bids for government funding for walking and cycling initiatives
Medway Council is bidding for active travel funding from the Department for Transport (DfT).
Vehicle seizures lead to fly-tipping arrests
Two men have been arrested after two vehicles, linked to fly-tipping incidents across Medway, were seized in Gillingham.
The 2020 Summer Reading Challenge is here
Children are being invited to make friends with a group of animals for this year’s Summer Reading Challenge.
Message from council Leader
Read the Leader of Medway Council's latest message to residents.
Plans for The Pentagon in Chatham
Clarification: A news story has appeared on the front page of today’s Medway Messenger with an illustration of a possible design for the future of Mountbatten House in Chatham.
Update on Medway schools
Medway schools have been busy preparing for the phased return of pupils from next week.
'The crisis is far from over' - plea from Public Health to stay alert in Kent and Medway this weekend
Public Health chiefs in Kent have issued a stark message ahead of the weekend – you are risking your life and the lives of others if you do not behave responsibly.
Medway’s essential highways works continue
Work on Medway’s roads has continued during the coronavirus pandemic.
Update on The Strand swimming pools
The Strand swimming pools in Gillingham will not reopen this summer due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Government launches NHS Test and Trace service
The new NHS Test and Trace service has launched, helping to contain and control coronavirus.
Medway awarded more than £246,000 to help reopen high streets
Medway Council has been allocated £246, 396 from the government’s reopening High Streets Safely Fund.
New grant scheme for small businesses
Small businesses in Medway will be able to apply for funding as part of a new scheme to further support the economy during the coronavirus pandemic.
New activity packs will help combat social isolation
Medway Council is working with Age UK Medway and Nucleus Arts to support older residents feel less lonely and socially isolated during the coronavirus pandemic.
Update from the council Leader
Read council Leader Alan Jarrett's latest message to residents regarding COVID-19.