Medway Towns

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The Medway Towns is the name given to a small conurbation located on the River Medway in north Kent, south-east England, consisting of Strood, Rochester, Gillingham and Chatham. Of these, Rochester has a historic castle and cathedral and associations with Charles Dickens, while Chatham was for centuries an important naval base. The district is now known as Medway Unitary Authority.