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Chatham Branch


Ground Floor,
77a High Street,


01634 845697

Branch Accessibility

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Private Meeting Room Private Meeting Room
Wheelchair Ramp or Level Access Wheelchair Ramp or Level Access
Step Free Access Step Free Access
Guide Dogs Welcome Guide Dogs Welcome

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About us

Everyday Lending Limited was established in 2006 and has branches nationwide; we are committed to professional, responsible lending.

Serving Customers Nationwide

Over 300,000 Customers since our inception in 2006

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2021 2023 6 Branches Over 75 Branches 2006

Points of Interest: Chatham

Chatham can trace its history back a long way and was first recorded as Cetham in as early as 880 AD, although this had changed slightly to Ceteham by the time of the Doomsday Book.

A small settlement based on the ancient Celtic route that was later paved by the Romans and dubbed Watling Street by the Anglo Saxons, it wasn’t until the 16th century that Chatham started to grow.

Warships of the time were moored at nearby Jillingham water (Gillingham) and so the small village on the banks of the River Medway became of strategic importance. Queen Elizabeth I established the area as a military dockyard in 1568 and it developed over time from a refitting base into a shipbuilding yard. Many ships, including HMS Victory were built here while many submarines were also constructed here in the aftermath of the First World War.

The threat of invasion led to a greater number of defensive fortifications being constructed, alongside barracks to house those tasked with manning them. To meet these needs, the town grew rapidly during the Victorian era and Brompton Barracks still exists in the town as the headquarters if the Corps of Royal Engineers.

Gradually the importance of the dockyards declined as Britain reduced its naval resources and shifted them elsewhere. In 1984 the dockyard closed completely although some of the buildings are preserved as a historic site named The Historic Dockyard which also houses the submarine HMS Ocelot and a retired class-C destroyer, HMS Cavalier.

Part of the site is now a thriving marina while the majority of the rest of the site is being developed for housing and commercial purposes under the title ‘Chatham Maritime’.

The hub of the Medway Towns, Chatham is home to large shopping centre – the Pentagon – as well as a wide array of shops, eateries and entertainment venues.

Central Theatre plays host to vast number of different performances while those looking for a thrill can explore the twists and turns of Buckmore Park outdoor carting centre.