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The Britannia Theatre will be hosting a wedding fair on Sunday 30th June from 11am to 3pm.

The Britannia Theatre can be found on Leviathan Way at the Chatham Dockside Complex, within Dickens World.

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Wednesday 22nd May – meet 7pm at Chalk Church, Church Lane, Chalk – Christoph Bull is the guide. £4 for adults, children free – come and find out about the rural part of Chalk where the urban area suddenly stops. Details Christoph Bull 01474 320156 or 07702287147. No need to book just turn up. (Celebrating 40 years of Chalk Parish History Group – joint event with Gravesend Historical Society)

At Hoo St. Werburgh Church Sunday 4th. December 6.30 pm. The Kent police male voice choir, tickets a donation of £7. For tickets or further info. Tel Stuart on 01634 251705.

Sunday 19th June: Circular walk from Shorne Church to Shorne Marshes. Meet: 2.30pm outside Shorne Church Guide: Derek Gray 01474 363024

In their quest to conquer England, the Romans landed in Kent in 43 AD More

The village of Higham, situated between Gravesend and Rochester, is split into two parts known as Upper and Lower Higham. Lower Higham is the original Saxon village More

On Sunday 7 March the churches on the Peninsula will be sharing an evening together at Hoo St Werburgh parish church. More

January has taken many of us by surprise with the weather. Church events have been cancelled or rescheduled because of the snow and, at the time of writing this article, there appears to be no relief coming. More

Cliffe Road, Strood are starting ‘Tiny Footsteps’ for pre-school children and their carers on Wednesday 6th January and every Wednesday from 2.00p.m to 3,30 p.m. Free .Come along to play,chat and refreshments.

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

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

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