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The Higham Village History Group. Thursday May 19th 2011 More

A great traditional family day More

Come and visit the first ever Chalk Church Boot Fair. More

Come and explore the three parishes of Higham, Shorne and Chalk Extra (part of Discover Gravesham Festival). More

One of the country’s top selling comedian’s is back in Medway. More

Fit Folk Summer 2011! Pete & Viv’s Barn Dance sessions Strood Library More

The Historic Dockyard Chatham will host two exciting events in support of ‘Museums at Night’ – a national campaign, led by Culture24 which showcases the unique and vibrant museums, galleries, heritage sites, libraries and archives in the UK Full Story

Refuse and recycling collections will be taking place on this weekend’s bank holidays. Full Story

£300 for a takeaway for one and £250 for a single cigarette. Full Story

For many of us this is the time of year for some ‘armchair gardening’ in terms of studying seed catalogues and trying to decide what to grow and where to grow it. Full Article

On behalf of the Churches on the Peninsula can I pray that all the many readers and contributors to Peninsula Times have a happy and blessed 2010? Full Story

The amalgamation of Higham and Mockbeggar Farm cricket clubs in 1962 was a happy union then that still flourishes today. Full Story

Taking the routine out of exercise routines

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Lunch Box Baddies

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Dealing with Road Rage

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George and Joe raised sponsorship by walking from Greenhithe to Bluewater, Dartford to help raise vital funds for EllenorLions Hospices, where their
Grandmothers were cared for. More


An estimated 11,000 visitors flocked to Riverside Country Park, Gillingham on Saturday, 23 April to enjoy a free family day out at The English Festival. More

Mr Andy Reese,54, has been appointed as the interim executive principal of Bishop of Rochester Academy. More

Olympic athletes from Senegal will be training in Medway ahead of the 2012 Games.

Medway Council has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Senegal National Olympic and Sports Committee. More

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