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In today's Medway Messenger: £2bn theme park plans

Medway Messenger front page October 8, 2012
Medway Messenger front page October 8, 2012

Could one of the world’s biggest theme parks be built just 10 miles from Medway? That’s the exciting prospect unveiled in your Monday Medway Messenger.

Film giant Paramount wants to build a massive entertainment complex next to Ebbsfleet international station. It would create 27,000 jobs and bring in swarms of visitors to the north Kent area every year.

We also find out more about the fight to save the Age Concern centre in Chatham and the continued hunt for robbers who tied up a terrified woman in her own home.

On a lighter note, we meet Alfie the German shepherd who has shed the pounds after giving up his favourite snack and find out the latest nominee for the Medway Culture and Design Awards – the closing date for these is on Friday.

The Gills continue their reign at the top of the table and kept their unbeaten away run going following a 0-0 draw at Oxford. We have reports, reaction and pictures in nine action-packed pages of sport.

Entertainment news in Going Out has music, theatre and a circus coming to town.

Columnists Sarah Clarke and kmfm’s Emma Saint are in action and you can tackle quizzes, a crossword and Sudoku on the Coffee Break page.

It’s all in the Monday edition of the Medway Messenger – in the shops now.

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