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The Peninsula Times magazine was first published in 2002 and has been every month since; the magazine is designed to provide a mix of information, news and general interest articles for the Hoo Peninsula and Medway Towns. There is also space for local businesses to advertise their products and services. The Peninsula Times magazine also provides editorial space to local businesses and organisations so that they may give potential customers or members a more in depth view of the services available on the Hoo Peninsula.

The Peninsula Times magazine is delivered to the vast majority of homes from Strood to Grain, including Higham, Cliffe, Cliffe Woods, Cooling, Hoo, High Halstow, Allhallows, St Marys Island, Brompton, Medway City Estate and the High Streets. In our continuing survey we find that over 63% of readers kept the Peninsula Times until the next issue arrived. Over 40% of readers said that they regularly used the “Theatre & Arts” and “Out & About” sections to either plan or provide ideas for days out and over half of the 2000 people we have spoken to said that they had contacted an advertiser from the Peninsula Times within the last twelve months.

The Peninsula Times is happy to receive submissions of articles of local interest and where ever possible we will utilise those features. If you would like your club or association to feature in the magazine, email the details to we are happy to give up to a page of editorial to any non profit organisation. We can arrange to have the editorial written for you using the information you provide. Or if you have something already written, the Peninsula Times can publish that. Clearly the article should be written with the obvious rules and regulations in mind, no rude words, no encouragement of crime, violence or hatred to any group of individuals and no just being plain rude about someone living or dead.

The Peninsula Times magazine is intended to spread good news wherever possible, there is a huge amount of enjoyment to be had around the Hoo Peninsula. There are some very active clubs, associations, charities and community groups doing a huge amount of good work and providing plenty of chances to get involved in a worthwhile project. For example the Kent Wildlife Trust have a number of projects underway in our area at the moment and there will be days when you can join in and help clear scrub, plant habitats to provide for some of the rare species we have in the area.

The posts and articles on this site are a combination of press releases we are sent, articles that are contributed and articles written by the editorial team. They do not automatically represent the views of anyone in the Peninsula Times magazine. Any event times and dates should be confirmed with the events organising body to ensure no changes or cancellations have been required. Please feel free to comment on any of the posts, house rules apply, be nice and be constructive in your critique, none of us have ever met anyone we couldn’t learn from.