News published September 2020
Satirical artist Cold War Steve launches national exhibition in Medway
Medway will host one of the country’s first new artwork exhibitions this week.
Residents encouraged to book their free NHS Health Check
Medway Council is encouraging residents aged 40 to 74 to book their free NHS Health Check.
Cuxton household waste and recycling centre to reopen next month
Residents will soon be able to book a trip to Cuxton household waste and recycling centre (HWRC) as plans progress for its reopening.
Coronavirus advice for businesses
We're encouraging businesses to continue to follow government coronavirus guidelines including recording customers’ contact details and displaying QR posters ahead of the rollout of NHS COVID-19 app.
Supporting residents with learning disabilities or autism find employment
Medway Council has commissioned a new pilot project to support residents with learning disabilities or autism find employment.
Residents encouraged to keep recycling
Medway Council is encouraging residents to keep recycling ahead of Recycling Week next week.
Message from Medway Council Leader
Read the Leader of Medway Council's latest message to residents.
Solar Together Kent – reduced price solar panels for residents
Medway Council is encouraging residents to find out more about a scheme which could help them save money and reduce their carbon emissions.
First affordable homes handed over at Rochester Riverside
On Friday 11 September, Rochester Riverside celebrated the handover of the first affordable housing from Countryside to Hyde, providing further much-needed new homes for Medway.
New play equipment installed in Rainham
New equipment has been installed in play areas in Rainham thanks to money from a local development.