Litterers fined almost £8,000
A group of people have been ordered to pay almost £8,000 for littering in Medway.
Helping schools blossom with biodiversity
Veolia and Medway are asking schools to help them deliver ecological transformation by applying for a Veolia Orchard.
Have your say on Medway’s open spaces
Residents are being encouraged to have their say about public open spaces in Medway including parks, play areas and allotments.
Get involved in the Great British Spring Clean
Residents are encouraged to sign up and pledge their time to help keep Medway tidy as part of the Great British Spring Clean.
Medway awarded more than £270,000 to improve air quality
We have been awarded more than £279,000 government funding to help improve air quality in Medway.
Families invited to a day of safety and fun
Families and residents of all ages across Medway are invited to get their free ticket to a fun and informative day at The Historic Dockyard Chatham later this month.
Trading Standards seizes hundreds of illegal e-cigarettes
More than 800 illegal, and potentially unsafe, e-cigarettes will soon be destroyed thanks to our Trading Standards team.
Poet-Tree competition winners announced
Schoolchildren across Medway have been praised for writing inspiring poems about climate change.
Join the litter pledge this Great British Spring Clean
Residents are encouraged to sign up and pledge their time to keep Medway tidy during the Great British Spring Clean.
Medway awarded nearly £130,000 to help improve air quality
We have been awarded £127,510 government funding for two projects which aim to improve air quality in Medway.
Improving air quality at Four Elms Hill
Residents and local businesses are invited to have their say on a plan to improve air quality at Four Elms Hill.
Solar Together Kent – solar panels reduced for a second year
Medway residents and local businesses are being encouraged to find out more about a scheme which could help them lower their energy bills and reduce their carbon emissions.
Kent Biodiversity Strategy approved
A strategy for Kent’s natural environment, with the vision of a county thriving with wildlife and plants, has been approved by Kent’s environment champion.