The Clock Tower is the quarterly journal produced and published by the Friends of Medway Archives (FOMA).
Index: Issue 32, November 2013
Front Cover: A Rocking Medway Christmas!
Lest We Forget...
The Mystery of the Cap Badge, Tessa Towner and Carol Harris; Cap Badge, Craig McDonald The Live Bait Squadron Tessa Towner
News and Events, Odette Buchanan
Including Henry Smetham
Readers' Letters: Ambrose Etherington, Rochester Water Works
The unveiling of the Value of Touch bronze tactile created by Wendy Daws (and pictured with partner, FOMA Committee Member, Rob Flood) at Rochester Cathedral on 6 November 2013.
Keeping up with the Victorians, Alison Thomas,
Local Businesses through the Advertising of the Day; Lewis Whitehead and Son
On the Trail of Sheppey's Heritage, Barry Cox
Friary Place, Strood, and St Mary's Hospital, Barry Cox
My Little Dormouse, Barbara Marchant
Enlistment of Pauper Children for the Army, Dr. Catharina Clement Part Two
Rainham Church of England Primary School, Jean Skilling
Part Three: Rainham School 1914-1918; Rainham School 1918-1920; The End of the School; Staff Biographies
Cindy's Little Gems, Cindy O'Halloran
The Old Spytall
Magnum Opus, Steve Cross
The Medway Towns: River, Docks and Urban Life (England's Past for Everyone), Dr. Sandra Dunster.
Mystery Photos, Cindy O'Halloran
The birth and death of Bentley Hedge, 1904.
Archives Update, Alison Cable,
An annual review
The FOMA Collection
The newly purchased lease regarding The Brook, Chatham
A Clock Tower Special Christmas Feature Rocking Medway!
A Teenage Tornado: The Rolling Stones in the Medway Towns 1963-65, Brian Joyce
The Love Me Do Boys in Chatham, 1963, Rob Flood
Jimi Hendrix, Rob Flood
Editor's Footnotes, Amanda Thomas
Christmas at Cobtree Manor or Dingley Dell
The Perfect Stocking Filler...
Broomhill - Strood's Hidden Gem by Odette Buchanan
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