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Teacher Louise Hope was delighted when children, teachers and ex teachers from Brampton Primary Academy at Bexleyheath turned out to see her wed oil trader David Matthews at Holy Trinity Church, Lamorbey, Sidcup on Saturday July 2
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The managing director of the regionís leading housebuilder says a great team effort has helped the company perform well in the first half of 2015 and will lead to even further jobs for the local area in the coming months. Lance T
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Leading UK housebuilder Charles Church has announced that only a handful of homes remain at a sought-after development in Londonís commuter belt. Properties at The Poppies in Kings Hill, are proving in great demand as they are ju
GARDENERS from Bexley who want to find out about attracting butterflies to their allotments, gardens and smallholdings can find free advice on a virtual garden centreís website this month (July, 2015).
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A MERCHANT navy veteran tasked with keeping oil tankers safe after the World Trade Centre terrorist attacks of September 2011 has thanked shoppers for helping to raise £64,000 for the Royal British Legion.
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There's a new course starting for young people between the ages of 11 and 16 who are interested in finding out more about acting and theatre craft.
Bromley House Clearance clearing houses in Bexleyheath and surrounding areas . What ever your clearance needs we can help from clearing houses flats garages and we can provide a written probate valuation service and fully lic
The new shop will create new jobs for Bexleyheath, and launch in time for customers to get summer outfits
Lauren Canvin hopes her three-year-old daughter Maisie can win prize at Broadway shopping centre, 22 years after she won the same prize aged 6 months
A brand new retail addition to Plumstead Common will open its doors to the public on Tuesday, 16 June.
Hospice supporters in Greenwich and Bexley are throwing open their gardens to the public next month.
Intrepid staff and volunteers from a south-east London Hospice charity took part in a Mount Snowdon and high ropes challenge earlier this month to raise money for Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice.