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This is the site of your local Rainham Central Councillors, keeping you up to date on what we're doing to help improve the area and represent you on Medway Council.
In May 2007, residents in Rainham elected three Conservative Councillors Cllr Rehman Chishti, Cllr Barry Kemp and Cllr Mike O'Brien to represent the ward of Rainham Central. In May 2010 Rehman Chishti was elected Member of Parliament for Gillingham and Rainham.
On this site you can find out how to contact your local councillor by telephone or e-mail, alternatively we hold regular Street Stall surgeries on the first Saturday of each month at the Rainham Shopping Centre at the top of Station Road Rainham from 10am to 1pm. There's information on the local campaigns we're fighting and how you can get involved and regular updates on the issues that matter to you.
We are determined to make a real difference to Rainham.
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News posted on Thursday, 16 January 2014
News from Medway Council website
A junior school has been told by Ofsted inspectors its pupils are performing well. Read more...
News posted on Monday, 9 December 2013
Your Rainham Central Councillors Rehman Chishti MP, Barry Kemp and Mike O'Brien wish you a very Happy Christmas and a Happy and peaceful New Year. We thought that this photo of St Margaret's Church, in the sun, will give you all a feeling of warmer and sunnier times ahead. Photo by courtesy of Google images. You might also like this E-Card :the link
News posted on Tuesday, 3 December 2013
Rehman has presented two new Bills in Parliament to get tough on motorists who drive whilst disqualified.
The first Bill would give courts the power to lock up motorists who cause death whilst disqualified for up to 14 years instead of the current maximum of two years. This will bring it in line with the current law for death by dangerous driving. Read more...
Press release posted on Tuesday, 19 November 2013
from Medway Council websitethe link More than forty thousand children across Medway are to be given special reflective tags to wear on their clothing to make them more visible to motorists as part of Road Safety Week (Nov 18-24)
The tags will be delivered to schools by Medway Council's Community Safety Wardens and Safer Journey Officers and given out during road safety lessons. Read more...
News posted on Saturday, 16 November 2013
The countdown to Christmas has begun for another year and Medway’s town centres are getting ready to light up for the festive season.
The first switch on takes place in Chatham High Street on Friday, 15 November with Postman Pat. He will be taking some time out from his rounds to join in the fun where the High Street joins Meeting House Lane. Read more...