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  Link   Historic Medway
A very informative site, which gives you a lot of information about the Medway Towns.
  Link   Great Lines Project
A website dedicated to all of the historical places and people around the Great Lines and surrounding areas of Kent.
  Link   The Historic Dockyard Chatham
Come and visit the dockyard that built Nelson's flag ship HMS Victory which is now at Portsmouth dockyard. Bring the family and have a great day and visit the many attractions that are there.
  Link   Royal Engineers Museum
A museum and a library of anything to do with the Royal Engineers, static display outside of vehicles and much more inside.
  Link   Upnor Castle
Built in the 16th century to protect shipping on the Medway River, well worth a visit while you are in the Medway towns.
  Link   Fort Amherst
Fort Amherst is Britain's best surviving example of a Napoleonic fortress. Its principle purpose was to protect the former Royal Dockyard at Chatham from a land based attack. The original defences, over 3 kilometres in length, totally enclosed the Do
  Link   Chatham World Heritage
Chatham Dockyard and its defences, including the Great Lines and Fort Amherst have recently been confirmed on the UK Government's list of candidates for World heritage status.
  Link   Brompton History Research Group
A local group of volunteers in conjunction with the Royal Engineers Museum collecting peoples memories from the past in Brompton from civilian and military life.
  Link   The Medway Queen Preservation Society
The Medway Queen Preservation Society is based in the Medway area of Kent but draws support from members throughout the UK and the world. She saw active wartime service between 1939 and 1945 with her finest moment in 1940 in the Dunkirk evacuation.
  Link   Brompton Village Association
Local residents in Brompton, between Gillingham and Chatham, helping to keep a community spirit by organising events etc.
  Link   Friends of the Admirals Gardens
Is a community group who aim to influence the development of open space, woodlands and Lines fortifications as a new community park next to the new Mid Kent College in lower Gillingham.
  Link   Medway Uban Parks and Green Spaces Forum
The Medway Parks and Green Spaces Forum was created with the aim of encouraging the formation of Friends Groups, for not only all of the major 42 urban locations in Medway but in the local area.
  Link   Greenspace
We are a registered charity which works to improve parks and green spaces by raising awareness, involving communities and creating skilled professionals.
  Link   Bluewasp Web Solutions
Affordable websites for small businesses and sole traders in Kent. Updates for existing websites.
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