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The Brompton Carnival is back for the third year and Brompton Children’s Centre will be getting into the festival spirit this Saturday, 2 July with some other wordly costumes. More

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Hi Everyone!

Less than 1 week to go before the big event and everyone is keeping their fingers (and everything else)-crossed that the weather stays as bright as sunny as the last few days. More

The Princess Royal will officially open Medway Park next month – on the first day of competition at the Modern Pentathlon European Championships. More

Thursday July 21st 2011, Speaker: Andrew Mayfield. The archaeology spans many periods; from Stone Age flint tools scattered on the high heath, to the remains of the 20th century clay working industry, which created much of the park’s contours today. A World War II RAF billet camp still lies hidden in the trees, and a grand medieval manor house with numerous outbuildings once stood looking down a slope towards the Thames. Andrew will update us on the exciting project that Lyn Palmer described to us in 2007.

This is a Higham History Group event full detail can be obtained by clicking the link on the left.

Sunday 23rd October 2011, walk starts 10am.
Open to all: family and friends, including our 4-legged ones. More

Prom in the Park will be held in the grounds of St Mary’s Church, Church Lane, Chalk, Gravesend, DA12 2NL on Saturday 23rd July 2011 starting at 6pm.

The Medway Band will provide music for this delightful ‘proms’ evening. Tea and coffee available; please bring your own food, chairs and tables. In the case of adverse weather this event will be held inside the church.

Tickets are £5 per person – to book your tickets and for further information please call 01474 745406

EllenorLions Hospices Quiz Night at the EllenorLions Hospice, Coldharbour Road, Northfleet, DA11 7HQ. Come along and help raise funds for the work of EllenorLions Hospices and chYps on Friday 24th June 2011 starting promptly at 7.30pm! More

Here’s a once in a lifetime opportunity for young actors and dancers to perform alongside international pop star Vanilla Ice in this year’s pantomime, Peter Pan. More

From twins to octuplets, parents of more than one bundle of joy are being invited to a new session at All Saints Sure Start Children’s Centre. More

Organic gardening and information technology lessons given by pupils are now on the curriculum at Rainham School for Girls. More

This event will now take place on Monday 27th June (if weather conditions permit). This week has proved too windy, but the forecast for Monday is encouraging! Fingers crossed! If we can’t fly on Monday, then Tuesday will be our final window of opportunity. We will keep you posted, please feel free to contact us on the numbers below.

Fans of stand up comedy are in for a treat next month when two comedians trial their Edinburgh Comedy Festival routines on Medway audiences. More

Saturday the 9th of July is a date for your diary. It’s the Higham Village Parade and picnic. The action starts at 4pm at the top of Forge Lane with the Eco-Float parade and competition, the parade will travel down Forge Lane and into School Lane with the finish at Higham Primary School Field.

The picnic starts at around 5pm with entertainment provided until late on the new outdoor stage. Bring your own food, drink, blankets and chairs etc along with friends, family, neighbours and anyone else you would like to be there. Everyone is welcome to this village event.

Thousands are expected to line the streets of Rochester on Saturday, 25 June as Medway marks Armed Forces Day with a parade through the town. More

This event is postponed we will give the new dates as soon as we have them.

Fancy a curry? Come to our Charity Curry Night on Sunday 26th June.

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Strood Leisure Centre now has new equipment for customers with disabilities, thanks to a donation by Medway Council. More

Budding landlords and those who already let properties to tenants are invited to the Medway Landlords’ Fair. More

Chef of the Future 2011– winner announced.The Vegetarian Society’s Cordon Vert cookery school is pleased to announce More

The freedom to read is the subject of a talk by Christine Ronaldson, head of literature and book production at Calibre, a charity which has been providing audio books for more than thirty years. More

Memories of Rochester High Street are the inspiration for a new exhibition that opened at the archive centre in June. More

A teaching taster session could set learners on route to a new career thanks to Medway Adult and Community Learning Service. More

The bid document setting out why Medway should become Britain’s newest city has been submitted – ahead of deadline. More

On Saturday 25 June at 6.00pm, Armed Forces Day in Medway will be brought to its traditional close with a Beating Retreat and Ceremonial Sunset at The Historic Dockyard Chatham. More

Works to mark the first phase of development at Rochester Riverside have begun. More

Some of the world’s rarest motorbikes were on display in Medway during this year’s Dickens Festival, in a special event organised by the British Two Stroke Club. More

The team of Henry’s Angels from Henry Schein UK Holdings pitched up at the EllenorLions Hospices More

A litterbug caught dropping his cigarette outside a shop called Cash Converters has been ordered by a court to pay £230. More

Children and families in Medway will be celebrating National Bookstart Day on Friday, 10 June, with stories and activities on this year’s theme of transport. More

THE FINAL countdown to Cancer Research UK’s Relay For Life in Hoo, Rochester has started and local people are being urge to seize their chance to join the unique fundraising event. More

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