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Please find below a statement from Cllr Alan Jarrett, the Deputy Leader of Medway Council, following comments in today’s London Evening Standard (Wednesday, 19 October) on proposals for an airport on the Hoo Peninsula. More

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An acting taster session will give wannabe actors the opportunity to uncover their hidden talents. More

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

The new year passes, the weather has become arctic and everywhere people are taking time out. Not the darts players of the Peninsula Darts League though, with only one fixture falling to the conditions. 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

Last month’s issue gave us all a sad insight into the loss of pubs in the rural and village areas of Hoo Peninsula in the recent past. Unfortunately that was only part of the story. 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

From April 25th you will be seeing a lot more of the Peninsula Times as we will be posting many of our articles here. There will also be some of the articles that arrive with us too late to be in the printed version. Please feel free to send us details of the events your organisation is holding for inclusion on this site by email to; office@peninsulatimes.co.uk

Not only will this give you more news and information, you will also be able to comment and discuss the items featured.

We look forward to hearing what you have to say.

Regards

John

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