News published April 2021
Residents encouraged to be wary of cold callers
Our Trading Standards team is encouraging residents to be vigilant after cold callers tried to sell thousands of pounds worth of insulation to vulnerable residents.
Hundreds of Medway children take part in life-saving safety initiative
Hundreds of school children across Medway have taken part in an innovative safety initiative.
Medway’s 2025 City of Culture bid and Rochester Castle Concerts put homegrown Medway music talent centre stage.
Children and young people encouraged to help shape Medway’s future
We are encouraging children and young people to take part in a survey to help shape Medway’s future.
Work begins on new £1.3million football pitch in Gillingham
Work has begun to create a new 3G football pitch and changing facilities in Gillingham.
Medway organisations encouraged to submit plans for government’s Community Renewal Fund
We're encouraging organisations across Medway to submit plans for the government’s £220million UK Community Renewal Fund.
Leader's message to residents
In his latest message to residents Cllr Alan Jarrett discusses symptom-free testing, the reopening of Medway’s high streets, The Rainbow Effect and the government’s roadmap to recovery.
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.
Next phase of Rochester Riverside begins construction
Countryside and Hyde have begun construction on Phase 3 of Rochester Riverside, their £419million regeneration scheme in Medway.
Residents encouraged to keep getting tested for coronavirus
The Leader of Medway Council and Medway’s Director of Public Health are encouraging everyone who lives or works in Medway to book symptom-free coronavirus tests twice a week.
Available months for 2021