Inside the Medway Messenger
The latest edition of the
Medway Messenger is in the shops now with all the latest news,
sport and plenty more - including a free way for you to get
We have a pedomoter for every
reader - just pay £2.70 postage - and keep track of how active you
You could use your pedometer on a series of walks
organised by our leisure guide What’s On in partnership with Geoff
Rambler, who explains why he believes you should swap the gym for
the great outdoors.
Competitions this week include a
chance to win family ticket and name a tiger cub at the Big Cat
You could design and own a unique
£1,000 piece of jewellery or win some top notch chocolates for
For younger readers, Fun Club has
tickets to be won to the Guinness World Records show and circus
workshops at Leeds Castle.
There’s some funny stuff in What’s
On with interviews with comedians Harry Hill and Micky Flanagan
plus film news as awards season hots up and a seven-day TV
Kent Business is free inside this
week’s paper with news, views and information on how to enter the
2013 KEiBA awards.
The Gills are back on top of League
Two and we have six pages on the latest from Priestfield. There’s
plenty of other sporting action from snooker to swimming and
Peter Cook looks at the history of
the river police in Medway Memories while Alan Watkins is in the
driving seat for this week’s Codgers Club.
Picture specials focus on the
groups who have benefited from the £30,000 Medway Cares cash pot
and the Medway Mini Youth Games basketball competition.
Find out how your school could win
a stunning piece of play equipment worth £12,000 and how your child
can enter this year’s Cute Kids contest.
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