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Chatham’s Charlotte Evans made Medway proud as she, alongside Kelly Gallagher, won gold at the Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi.

It was the first gold medal to be won by a British team in skiing at either the Winter Olympic or Paralymic Games.

Now, the Mayor of Medway Josie Iles hopes to congratulate Charlotte on her success with an invitation to afternoon tea.

She said: “This is such a great acheivement. Not only have Charlotte and Kelly won gold medals, they are the first to do it in this sport.

“I am immensely proud, as I am sure the rest of Medway is and would be delighted to invite Charlotte for a celebratory afternoon tea in the Mayor’s Parlour when she returns from Sochi.”
Charlotte and Kelly, who is visually impaired, took part in the Super-G total skiing event and their winning time was one minute, 28.72 seconds

On Thursday 22nd August, 7pm, Mrs Lauren Jones the Collections Care Officer at the Royal Engineers Museum will be giving an evening talk filled with tips and techniques for how to look after your collections and mementos at home.

The evening will provide a general overview on how to look after personal collections including how to look after textiles, archival (paper) material, medals and metals.
Booking is advisable and there is an entry fee of £6 per person.

There will be time after the session to meet Mrs Jones to discuss your own concerns to please feel free to bring along your items for discussion on the night (no weapons please!).
For bookings or for more information please call 01634 822261 (please leave a message if you cannot get through) or email deputycurator@re-museum.co.uk

British Fencing has announced that that this year’s Cadet and Junior GB Championships will be held at Medway Park on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 February. This is the first time that this event has been held at Medway’s centre for sporting excellence and everyone is welcome to come and watch the event. More

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