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Containing regional travel information, details of your local MP and how to contact them, emergency phone numbers and details of surrounding villages, the information page is your local online Yellow Pages! With direct links to local clubs and organisations, the information page makes becoming involved in your town easier than ever. 
 
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Chatham Useful Numbers
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Click HERE for our list of useful Chatham phone numbers.
With numbers for local Doctors and Dentists, the local council and pharmacists.
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Chatham MP Jonathon Shaw
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Jonathan Shaw
Since his election as MP for Chatham and Aylesford in 1997, Jonathon Shaw has since launched successful campaigns on the proposed siteing of an international airport at Cliffe, and assisted in gaining funds for the Medway Queen Preservation Society. Having lived in the area since birth, Shaw was a social worker with Kent County Council before his election, and continues to work tirelessly for his 70,000 constituents.
01634 811 573 E-mail: albistonj@parliament.uk
 
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All Saints Community Project
 

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All Saints Neighbourhood Action Plan , SEEDA, Medway Council, MHS Homes, Kent Police, Groundwork Medway Swale, Medway Adult Community Learning Services and Medway JobsMatch, in support of real improvements for the community in All Saints, Chatham. Based in Chatham it offers a variety of activities and opportunities for young people to be involved in
01634 845419 (Linda Fiddyment, Community Project Manager)
 
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Chatham Dockside
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Housing over 50 discount shops and restaurants, Dockside is Kent‘s newest discount outlet centre, with big designer names and prices approximately one third off the high street! Forget Bluewater, if you have a shopping addiction, this is definitely the place to be. The building is historically important too, as an early example of the use of cast and wrought iron, most of which can still be viewed.