Walk to School Month winners revealed
Schoolchildren across Medway have been praised for taking part in a national walking campaign.
Colourful crossing is the first in Medway
A new raised multi coloured crossing has been installed in Chatham to improve road safety near a school on St Mary’s Island.
Make the right choice – don’t drink and drive
One drink will affect your ability to drive – this Christmas, Medway Council and Kent County Council are encouraging residents to make the right choice and not drink and drive.
Be safe on Medway’s roads this winter
We are urging drivers and cyclists to be extra careful on the roads this winter.
Be Bright, Be Seen this winter
“Be Bright, Be Seen” is the message from Medway Council, ahead of clocks going back this weekend (Sunday, 28 October).
Medway supports national walk to school month
‘Walk to School Month’ returns this October – the national campaign is designed to encourage physical activity in a child’s daily routine in a fun and innovative way.
Using hands-free while driving can be as dangerous as drink-driving
A campaign has been launched to highlight that using your phone hands-free whilst driving is as dangerous as being drunk at the wheel.
Staying safe on Medway’s roads – top road safety tips as children head back to school
As most Medway children prepare to go back to school next week Medway Council has issued some road safety advice for drivers and pedestrians.
Children praised for taking part in national walking challenge
Children across Medway have been praised for taking part in a national campaign which aims to encourage more children to walk to and from school.
Medway celebrates schools which took part in The Big Pedal
Schools across Medway have been awarded certificates for taking part in a national competition which aims to get children more active on the school run.