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Medway

(ˈmɛdˌweɪ)
n
1. (Placename) a river in SE England, flowing through Kent and the Medway towns (Rochester, Chatham, and Gillingham) to the Thames estuary. Length: 110 km (70 miles)
2. (Placename) a unitary authority in SE England, in Kent. Pop: 251 100 (2003 est). Area: 204 sq km (79 sq miles)
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Major organization : KENT AND MEDWAY TOWNS FIRE AUTHORITY
The data reveals that Kent and its surrounding areas are also proving to be lucky, with both the Dartford and Bromley postcodes joining Medway towns as blessed hotspots.
For Fisher, the experience was something of a voyage of discovery, reminding him he too had "found it quite difficult to work with racing's class system" when he was first employed within the racing industry, hailing as he does from the Medway towns, and thus presenting "a slightly alien accent to a lot of the people I deal with at the Jockey Club".
Medway towns, with an ME postcode, were third, with one in 6,972 residents scooping a major prize.
Devils will then travel to the Medway Towns in Kent for the second leg on Sunday (5.
Three of Cardiff's young British players, Rupert Quiney, Chris Hart and Chris Jones, will now join the club's National Ice Hockey League Devils for their play-off semi-final second leg clash against Invicta Dynamos in the Medway Towns, Kent tonight.
Three McCombs, including an Australian, are buried in the Medway towns in Kent, where I have family links, so we may be related.
Those who live in the Medway towns of Kent have the luckiest postcode, ME, with the Essex postcodes of Ilford, IG, and Romford, RM, runners-up.
The luckiest postcode area is Medway Towns, Kent, with Perth in sixth place overall.
We want to ensure that the Wading Street is the place in the Medway Towns to shop and do business.
Mr Nichols said the announcement was particularly bad news for the economy of the Medway towns, adding: "These jobs are well-paid and provide good employment in an area of the country that is already suffering from above-average unemployment rates.
The test case is called Mathews and others v Kent and Medway Towns Fire Authority and Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service.