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Fagin Fagin

The next meeting of the Rochester and Chatham Dickens Fellowship (R&CDF) is on Thursday the 20th of February 2014 at 7.15 for a 7.30 start. The meeting is in the Education Room of Dickens’ World in Chatham and includes a talk: Dickens and Medway: the years in Kent as seen through the Guildhall collection by Jeremy Clarke. The February meeting is always known as the Charles Dickens birthday meeting and suitable celebrations are planned. A short reading will also be given by an R&CDF member. Non-members are welcome to attend for a small fee. For details of the R&CDF, or for non-members to attend, contact the Hon. Secretary, Mr Steve Martin, on 01474 834164.

Jeremy Clarke
Dr Jeremy Clark is Education Officer in the Guildhall Museum, High Street, Rochester. He provides a learning programme based on the museum’s collections and buildings. Jeremy gained a PhD from the University of Kent in 2007 and has been in museum education for over 19 years.

Temple Mill Children’s Centre will be celebrating its 5th birthday on Saturday, 13 July with a Family Fun Day.

The event takes place at the centre in Cliffe Road, Strood from 12noon to 4pm.

There will be a children’s entertainer, toddler boxercise, dancing, information stalls, story time with Medway’s Library Service, and a celebratory cake cutting at 2pm.

Admission is free and there’s no need to book in advance. For further details call the centre on 01634 338200

In the maze of corridors within the Masthouses and Mould Loft at The Historic Dockyard Chatham, folk have occasionally seen a glimpse of a figure and have heard strange tapping sounds. More

A series of events are taking place across Medway in October to mark Black History month.

The annual festival, which is held nationally, celebrates diverse cultures and and traditions. In Medway it will include live music, story telling, circus tricks and specialist food events. More

Sundays are for Kids at The Brook Theatre this autumn with a varied programme of shows to keep them entertained.

Crunch! combines stories and images of apples through the ages, from Adam and Eve to Snow White to Apple Macs. The show mixes songs, juggling, masks and traditional story-telling to tell the tale of the humble apple. Crunch! Sunday, 30 October 2pm Tickets £5 children. £6 adults.

Dazzling cabaret acts and magnificent magicians will delight the whole family when the Kids’ Cabaret of Curiosities rolls into town. Cracking circus acts will leave young theatregoers eyes-wide with wonder. Kids’ Cabaret of Curiosities Sunday, 13 November 1pm and 3pm Tickets £5 children, £6 adults

Sundays are for Kids at The Brook Theatre – Phone the box office on 01634 338338.

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