Chief Executive of Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust to retire
Chief Executive of Medway Council thanks Bill Ferris for his exceptional work at the Historic Dockyard Chatham
Medway to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day
Medway’s communities will come together to commemorate the millions of people who lost their lives during the Holocaust on Monday, 27 January 2020.
Help shape Medway’s cultural future
Residents, businesses and organisations are invited to attend a public session to have their say on a new cultural strategy for Medway.
Winner of the ‘Make Their Mark’ project for the HSBC UK | National Circuit Championships has been announced
Local schoolchildren were encouraged to get creative and help decorate the route for the circuit championships 2019, which took place in Rochester on Sunday 21 July.
Sponsors announced for national cycling event in Rochester
The nation’s top male and female road cyclists will be taking to the streets of Rochester this weekend as they compete in the HSBC UK | National Circuit Championships.
Showing our support for Medway’s Armed Forces
Residents are invited to show their support for the Armed Forces community at a free family fun day.
Curtain up for children in Medway and Sheppey after £1m funding boost
Thousands of young people in Medway and the Isle of Sheppey will soon have their chance to be in the creative limelight with news of a major new youth theatre project.
Residents invited to celebrate St George’s Day at the English Festival
Residents of all ages will be able to celebrate St George’s Day with a trip to the beach at one of Medway’s award winning parks next month.
The Brook Under Siege
A theatre in Chatham will be under siege from children, their families, local performers and headliner Kiss FM DJ James Hype next month.
Dolls for sale at Rochester Christmas Market
Statement from Cllr Howard Doe, Medway Council’s Portfolio Holder for Community Services.
Medway20 celebrations continue throughout September
Residents are invited to celebrate how their local area has changed over the years at three free family festivals in September as part of Medway Council’s Medway20 celebrations.