The Medway Branch was founded in 1994 and is now one of the largest with a potential membership of around 400 from the total number of members worldwide.
Our catchment area for projects is centred on the Medway towns and extends west to Gravesend, east to Sittingbourne and Sheppey, south to approximately the M2/A2 and north to the the natural boundary of the River Thames.
CHANGE OF MEETING VENUE
From 28th February 2013
Medway Branch will be meeting at
Frindsbury Parish Hall, Church Green
Frindsbury ME2 4HE
Please note the later time
2.30pm – 5:00pm
Google map of new venue
Follow A2 to Strood. Pass Coach & Horses PH on left, down the hill and under railway bridge. Left at traffic lights into Gun Lane A228. About half a mile then turn right into Church Green. Parish Hall is on the left.
Follow A228 into Strood. Go under the railway arch and bear left into Cuxton Road. At traffic lights go straight on along Gun Lane into Frindsbury Road. About half a mile then turn right into Church Green. Parish Hall is on the left.
Go over Rochester Bridge in right hand lane, across the first set of traffic lights and right at the second set into Station Road. Second right into Banks Road, second right into Church Green. Parish Hall is on the left, opposite children’s playground.
From Medway Tunnel A289
Exit tunnel and go right at first roundabout (A229) then left at second roundabout (A228). Then take second left into Murray Road. Parish Hall is on the left at the junction with Church Green.
From Hoo Peninsula
Follow A228 towards Strood, down Four Elms Hill, left at the roundabout and second exit at next roundabout still on A228, then take second left into Murray Road. Parish Hall is on the left at the junction with Church Green.
From Strood Railway Station
Exit station, turn left and walk down the slope and under the arch and turn right. Walk along the road and second right turn into Banks Road. Walk right along Banks Road and turn right at junction with Church Green. Parish Hall is on the left opposite the children’s swings. About ten minutes brisk walk.
Free on-road car parking in the roads around the Hall.
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