News published October 2021
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.
Move Well, Eat Well
We've partnered with the Medway African and Caribbean Association (MACA) to host the free Move Well, Eat Well event in Gillingham on Sunday, 17 October.
Eight of Medway’s parks amongst the best in the UK
We are delighted to announce that eight greenspaces across Medway have once again been recognised by the Green Flag Award Scheme.
Medway Council announces the death of Cllr Nick Bowler
It is with great sadness that we announce Cllr Nick Bowler passed away on Tuesday, 12 October.
Looking to the future - Medway Light Nights will illuminate Medway’s fantastic creative spirit in 2022
Medway’s creative spirit will be illuminated next year when historic Rochester is lit up in impressive colour.
Improving Medway’s services for children with special educational needs and disabilities
We, alongside the Kent and Medway CCG, have welcomed a letter from the Department for Education (DfE) and NHS England which states that they will no longer be formally monitoring our SEND services.
To mark World Mental Health Day (10 October) Medway Libraries has invested in extra copies of the Reading Well collections.
Available months for 2021