News published April 2018
Medway honours one of the most highly decorated airmen in British military history
Medway Council has unveiled a commemorative stone which honours one of the most highly decorated airmen in British military history.
Meet Medway’s new Town Crier at The English Festival
Medway’s new Town Crier will make his first official appearance at The English Festival this weekend.
Recognising 20 years of Medway
Medway will be launching its 20th anniversary celebrations this weekend at an annual family festival.
Conference helps foster carers learn more about safeguarding children
Medway Council held a conference for foster carers to learn more about what they can do to help safeguard children from gangs.
Free fun day for families enjoying healthier lifestyles
Families were given tips and advice on how to lead healthier lifestyles at a free fun day.
Children get their primary school offer
More than 97.5 per cent of children in Medway who are due to start primary school in September 2018 have been offered a place at one of their preferred primary or infant schools.
Parking on St Mary's Island
A decision has been made to postpone the implementation of parking restrictions on St Mary's Island.
New service will help safeguard Medway’s most vulnerable children
Medway Council is pleased to announce the launch of a new service which will further improve safeguarding arrangements to help protect vulnerable children and young people.
Medway welcomes the Chief Executive of Public Health England
The Chief Executive of Public Health England has praised Medway Council’s Public Health services.
Public reminded to check they are up-to-date with MMR vaccine following measles cases in Kent & Medway
Public Health England (PHE) South East is urging people in Kent and Medway to check they are up-to-date with two doses of MMR vaccine.