News published October 2021
Cllr David Brake shortlisted for 2021 LGIU & CCLA Cllr Award
We are delighted that Cllr David Brake, our Portfolio Holder for Adult's Services, has been shortlisted for the Innovation and Service Transformation award in the LGIU and CCLA 2021 Cllr Awards.
In his latest message to residents Cllr Alan Jarrett discusses the Health Secretary’s statement
Following the Health Secretary, Sajid Javid's, statement on Wednesday, 20 October, Medway Council Leader Alan Jarrett releases message to residents.
African Drum Workshop available this half term
With the next half term around the corner, we are encouraging children to get creative during the break with exciting workshops.
Improvement works to resume on Luton Road
Works to improve Luton Road will continue from this weekend.
Council’s latest acquisition will help further transform town centre
We have acquired an empty office block in Chatham as part of our plans to further regenerate the town centre.
Bouncing back: Medway residents set for new construction careers
A celebration took place on Thursday, 14 October to mark formerly unemployed Medway residents completing a programme to enter the booming construction industry.
Celebrating Black History Month at Medway’s Libraries
Medway Libraries is celebrating Sarah Forbes Bonetta this Black History Month.
National Adoption Week champions the voices less heard
This week is National Adoption Week which aims to educate and inform people on the process of modern adoption today, with a rounded, honest, and inclusive portrayal of the journey.
School Crossing Patrol celebrates 40 years of work
We would like to thank a dedicated, longstanding employee from Gillingham who has helped thousands of children get to school safely.
Spectacular fireworks and laser display returns to the Great Lines Heritage Park
We're inviting residents to enjoy a magnificent fireworks and laser show next month.