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The malls will be filled with specialist stalls selling a wide range of handmade crafts and quality gifts perfect for Easter.  From delicious handmade chocolates, locally produced fudge from The Fudgery, decorated goose eggs, local artists, to handpainted figures, customers will be able to buy a wide choice of inspiring and quality gifts for Easter.


1    Timeless Retro - shabby chic items 

2     Wonderland - Puppets & Easter Eggs

3     Cley Pickles & Preserves... Read More ...



Featured Articles

Drum and bass noisy neighbour is silenced

A man who blasted out drum and bass music as early as 9 in the morning has had his sound equipment seized by Medway Council.

The nuisance neighbour was reported to the council for continually playing loud music at all hours of the day and night.

Comedy at the Billabong Comedy Club

Here is the lattest line-up for the April show at the Billabong Comedy Club, Victoria Street, Rochester ME1 1XJ on Thursday 24th April 2014.

Health Help Now shortlisted for CIPR Excellence...

Health Help Now, an innovative web app developed by the NHS in Kent and Medway, has been shortlisted for a 2014 Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) Excellence Award.

Medway motorist urged to think bike

Motorists are being urged to think more about bikers and cyclists during an eight week campaign aimed at cracking down on the number of crashes in Kent and Medway.

The Travelling Talesman pitching in Rochester

The Rochester Literature Festival will play host to the Travelling Talesman at the Good Intent, John Street, Rochester on Friday, May 9th.

Strood Sports Centre gets £1.9 million makeover

Strood Sports Centre will undergo a major refurbishment worth £1.9 million over the next year. 

Sweet taste of success as orchard gets lottery...

Medway Council’s award winning Hillyfields Community Park is set to benefit from a slice of Heritage Lottery Funding. 

Fort Amherst selected as one of Medway’s ‘hidden...

People in Medway have a great opportunity to rediscover the exceptional heritage to be found on their doorsteps.

Curious child starts microwave fire

A young child is thought to have accidentally started a fire in Gillingham this week (Wednesday, 2 April) after putting a toy in the microwave.

Love Music Hate Racism announce 2014 dates
Medway Love Music Hate Racism announces 2014  festival dates
Medway LMHR is pleased to announce that the 2014  festival will take place on the 7th and 8th  June.