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What's inside your Medway Messenger, out every Friday.

13 March 2014
by Lizzie Massey

You could sail to France for just £3 with the latest edition of the Medway Messenger.

The P&O offer is just one of the goodies inside the big value paper - there's also a chance to win a table for two at Frankie and Benny's or tickets for the British Touring Car Championship at Brands Hatch. 
Younger readers could also win tickets to Alice in Wonderland, a magical show featuring Paul Daniels or tickets to Science Museum Live's Energy Show with Fun Club.
Medway Messenger March 14, 2014

Medway Messenger: March 14, 2014

Free leisure guide What's On has interviews with Denise Van Outenand Rebecca Ferguson plus a seven-day TV guide. 
If you're looking to move house, Kent Homes is the place to start with hundreds of properties for sale. 
In sport, we talk to Gills' youngster Jake Hessenthaler about his wonder goal against Coventry and give you the latest from Priestfield as the team prepares for the away trip to Bradford.
Goal! has all the results and pictures from the Medway Messenger Youth League. 
In the main paper, we have a colourful spread of pictures from schools celebrating World Book Day and we meet Medway's roller derby women's team. 
Peter Cook takes a look back in Medway Memories and find out about a school's new fundraising campaign. 
The Medway Messenger is in the shops from tomorrow - don't miss it.

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