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tuba Saturday 19th October the Kent Police Brass Band will be playing at Hoo St. Werburgh Parish Church and there are still a few tickets available if you would like to go you can get tickets from Stuart Coombs on 01634 251705

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With the start of another series of the popular BBC show Who do You Think You Are?, Medway residents are invited to discover their family history at Medway Archives & Local Studies Centre (MALSC).
Each week volunteers from Kent Family History Society will be at the Strood centre to help beginners in family history.
The helpdesk is at MALSC every Tuesday and Thursday 9.30am to 12noon.

The weather is going to be great again this weekend, pop along and put the sunshine back into someones life by supporting the Wisdom Hospice

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There will be a special flag-raising ceremony and service to mark the 60th anniversary of the Queen’s coronation on Sunday 2 June at 12.30pm on Gravesend’s Community Square.

The Mayor of Gravesham Cllr Derek Sales will lead the celebration and the service will be conducted by his chaplain Rev Canon Chris Stone, Rector of Gravesend. More

STUDY SHOWS AWARENESS OF THE RISK LOW. OVARIAN CANCER ACTION CALLS FOR ALL WOMEN TO CHECK THEIR FAMILY MEDICAL HISTORY

Following revelations that actress Angelina Jolie has the BRCA gene and undergone a double mastectomy to reduce her risks of developing breast cancer, leading research charity, Ovarian Cancer Action are calling for women, especially those with a significant family history of either breast or ovarian cancer, to check their family medical history. More

Discover your family’s history with help from Kent Family History Society. The Society is offering courses at Medway Archives and Local Studies Centre, Strood, on Wednesdays 10, 17, 24 April, and Saturdays 13 and 20 April from 10am to noon on all dates. Courses are free but places must be booked in advance. All courses require computer use. To book a place phone 01634 332714.

The free movie line-up for the new Paul Greengrass cinema at The Woodville has been announced. All screenings in the first month are free to encourage people to try the new cinema experience in Gravesend. More

Learn a new way to communicate as a family thanks to Medway Adult and Community Learning Service.

Learn Makaton sign language starts Thursday, 23 February 7pm to 9pm at Strood Academy for 10 sessions.

Baby Signing 2 one-day workshop is on Saturday, 25 February and also Saturday, 3 March 10am to 1pm on both days at Chatham Grammar School for Boys.

Sign Along 2 session one-day workshop is on Saturday, 10 March and also Saturday, 17 March 10am to 1pm on both days at Chatham Grammar School for Boys.

For more details or to enrol phone 01634 338400

Find out how to research your family history and uncover the secrets of your ancestors’ past at an exhibition and two special talks being held at Eastgate House over the next two weeks. More

FOR A ‘WOOFING’ GOOD TIME COME ALONG TO THE EllenorLions Hospices SCRUFFS COMPANION DOG SHOW ON SUNDAY 22ND MAY 2011 BETWEEN 11AM – 4PM More

A great traditional family day More

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

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

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

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