Council and police support annual drink and drug-driving campaign
Alongside Kent Police, we will once again be supporting the national drink and drug-driving campaign this festive period.
Lace up your shoes, it’s Walk to School month
We are encouraging young people across Medway to walk to school this month, as part of a national campaign.
Drug driving targeted in national campaign
Motorists are being urged to drive safely as part of a national campaign targeting those who take the risk of driving whilst under the influence of drugs.
Schools encouraged to take part in Big Pedal
Medway Council is encouraging children and young people across Medway to cycle, scoot or walk to school as part of a national initiative.
Be bright and be seen this winter
Medway Council is encouraging residents to be bright and be seen this winter ahead of the clocks going back this Sunday (25 October).
Young people are being urged to “Speak Out” if they feel unsafe in a car
Young people are being urged to “Speak Out” if they feel unsafe, as figures reveal 234 car occupants aged 16 to 24, have been killed or seriously injured on Kent’s roads in the past three years.
Stay safe on Medway’s roads – road safety tips as children go back to school
Medway Council has issued some top road safety tips as children across Medway prepare to go back to school in September.
Act responsibly this summer – do not drink and drive
One alcoholic drink will affect your ability to drive.
Medway receives award from charity partner
A children’s charity notching up two decades of supporting schools and Kent causes has paid tribute to the organisations playing a key role in its work.
Celebrating Medway schools at the KM Green School Awards
Seven Medway schools triumphed at the KM Green School Awards which took place at Ashford International Hotel yesterday (Thursday, 13 February).