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Inside your Monday Medway Messenger

28 October 2013
by Medway Messenger reporter
Monday, October 28

Monday, October 28

The Medway Messenger is the best way to start your week with all the latest news, sport and plenty more.
Chatham Town's FA Cup dream came to an end on Saturday but it was still a big moment as more than 800 people turned out to cheer them on.
We've got coverage in sport along with reports, reaction and pictures from Gills' game at Port Vale.
In news, we've got the latest on the trial of a GP accused of sexually assaulting several patients, and the story of a pensioner who has been bell-ringing at the same church for 60 years. 
Rebecca Hughes brings you two pages of entertainment news in Going Out, there's also the best of this week's TV and some suitably gothic-looking Halloween fashion in Take 5. 
Codger David Jones is having a Monday Moan about tattoos while fellow columnist Nina Page wonders why mums have to start the school run so early.
There are pictures from the Salvation Army Pre-School in Gillingham and a chance to meet the stalwart bellringers of historic St Margaret's Church in Rainham.
You can also tackle our Coffee Break page with quizzes, Sudoku and crossword and see the latest animals looking for a home in pet rescue.
It's all in the Monday Medway Messenger - in the shops now. 

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