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A six month search to find the most innovative property and construction schemes in the South East is now on, following the launch of the 2014 RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) South East Awards on Friday, 4th October 2013.

Considered the region’s property ‘Oscars’, the annual awards celebrate the region’s most inspirational development initiatives and conservation and community benefit schemes. The launch is the starting point for a six month long high profile campaign to find the South East’s leading examples of best practice, culminating in the Awards Dinners in spring 2014. Read More

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BROOK PUMPHand of Stabs, a quirky three-man band known for their improvised shows in unusual settings, will be performing a one-off gig at the Old Brook Pumping Station in Chatham on Saturday, 28 September.

The Royal Albert Hall may have fine acoustics and the O2 Greenwich a show-stopping all round view but neither has a belt driven Blackstone 14 inch Unchokeable Pump on hand to wow the audience.

The 84-year-old water pumping device at The Old Brook Pumping Station, off Solomons Road, Chatham will be getting a new lease of life but this time as a musical instrument. Read More

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

Talented young people from all over Medway are ready to storm the Castle Concerts stage at this year’s Under Siege concert on Sunday, 17 July. More

The Princess Royal will officially open Medway Park next month – on the first day of competition at the Modern Pentathlon European Championships. More

Thousands are expected to line the streets of Rochester on Saturday, 25 June as Medway marks Armed Forces Day with a parade through the town. More

Royal Wedding Celebration International Filming. On the afternoon of Wednesday the 27th of April, Members of the Rochester and Chatham Dickens Fellowship (R&CDF) and The Victorian Strollers became TV extras again. More

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