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A South London Hospice is only three months away from a record-breaking attempt.
Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice on Bostall Hill, Abbey Wood will take part in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for getting the most people to tandem skydive in 24 hours. The Hospice is looking for brave local [...]
A pole dancing group took part in an international Guinness world record attempt at the weekend to raise funds for Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice.
Dancers from Hayley’s Pole Studio in Orpington joined a challenge to beat the record for the largest number of people pole dancing simultaneously in different locations. The current record was set in 2006 when 206 people danced [...]
Residents at a Chislehurst care home will benefit from the proceeds of a Duck Race and fund raising event held on the River Shuttle at Bexley on Saturday (Feb 22nd) Organised jointly by the charity Thames21 and Joanne Bradley Envi
Visitors enjoyed the main event and cheered on their ducks from the banks of the river. There was a scavenger hunt, a wellie throwing competition, sales of bird boxes, preserves, teas and cakes. The event raised £272.71 which [...]
A WOMAN who swapped diaries for dolly mixtures is enjoying the sweeter side of life and will be showcasing her new business at a Bexleyheath jeweller’s wedding event.
Linda Robinson from Bexleyheath was quickly tempted out of retirement by confectionary and a cart. Now the entrepreneur is making a name for herself by heading up Simply Sweet Memories after a 30-year career producing and publish [...]
Hospice Patron Baroness Howells of St David’s was the special guest at the first dig of the new build at Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice in Abbey Wood yesterday (Tuesday, 18 February, 2014).
Baroness Howells helped to turn the first sod accompanied by Hospice Chief Executive Kate Heaps, Estates Manager Michael Power and Site Manager Stewart Wilson. The first dig marks the beginning of a new building expansion proje [...]
With a month of freezing temperatures predicted*, a local warmth scheme, which helps vulnerable people in Bexley with heating and insulation measures, is raising awareness of the link between cold homes and ill health.
Cold temperatures can have a detrimental effect on health, for example increasing the risk of chest infections and circulatory problems. With this in mind, npower Health Through Warmth is working with local organisations in Bexley [...]
HOUSEHOLDERS from Bexley who are planning to spring-clean and de-clutter their homes this February (2014) can help provide life-changing assistance for children from the area at the same time.
Anyone cleaning out cupboards and finding old mobile phones, MP3 players, CDs and DVDs they no longer want can give them away to be recycled to raise funds for charity. Geoff Cummins, Chief Executive for the national charity b [...]
Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice is looking for more volunteers to help expand its new Hospice Neighbours service in Bexley.
The Hospice launched its Hospice Neighbours service in October and is calling for people to volunteer their time by giving a few hours a week, within Bexley. Neighbours will help with simple everyday tasks such as walking the d [...]
PEOPLE from Bexley look set to have helped break the world record last week (February 5, 2014) for the most people signing and singing a song on the same day.
Choirs, schools and other organisations* in the area participated in the sign2sing world record attempt organised by the charity SignHealth on February 5. Steve Powell, Chief Executive at SignHealth, which is the national heal [...]
On Sunday 27th April Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice is hosting its second Mini Marathon fundraising event.
The Mini Marathon is a fantastic opportunity for children aged between 7 and 16 to challenge themselves to a 2.62 mile run around Royal Greenwich Park. It is also a wonderful way for kids to get involved with fundraising for their [...]
Baroness Howells of St David’s, OBE has been appointed as patron of local hospice charity, Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice.
In her role as Hospice Patron, Baroness Howells will visit Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice to meet with patients, staff and volunteers as well as helping to raise the Hospice’s profile and attending key events. Kate Heaps [...]
Many companies throughout the UK still aren’t taking mobile technology seriously. The potential is huge and if you’re looking to take your business mobile, there are many ways you and your firm could benefit.
Designing and developing mobile apps for the likes of iPhone, iPad and Android can seem like a daunting task for most UK businesses. Long lead times, high development costs and actual usefulness for company applications can often [...]
Runners wanting to take part in the Brighton Marathon 2014 can apply to take part and run for local Bexley hospice, Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice.
Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice in Abbey Wood, South-East London has a limited number of guaranteed running places available for runners looking to take part in the Brighton Marathon on 6th April 2014 in support of the Hospic [...]
Following on from our successful events in 2013 at Shorne, Istead Rise, Northfleet and west Malling we will in Bexleyheath every 5rd Sunday starting March 30th. We are supporting both Cancer UK & Ellenor Lions Hospice this year.
Craft Fairs UK was set up to help fellow Crafters find places to promote and sell their items on a regular basis. We found that there were more than just Crafts needing this. So along with Handmade items we offer the opportunity t [...]
An Environmental Health Officer (E.H.O) that works within a food safety team of any local government is authorised to inspect food premises.
They are authorised to enforce food safety legislation. When your EHO inspects your premises they are trying to make sure that as a food business you are complying with food safety legislation. They also have powers to serve noti [...]
Building work on the new facilities at Geddes Place United Reformed Church, Bexleyheath, is nearing completion, with the church now looking to share its improved premises with more organisations.
Geddes Place, a site of Christian worship and fellowship since 1854, is an established centre for community care and group activities. New facilities will include a coffee bar, refurbished kitchen, new hall floor, lift, counsel [...]
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The FSA has today published the findings of its research into domestic kitchen practices.
The findings of the study, called Kitchen Life, offers for the first time detailed insights into what people actually do and why in UK kitchens, and will help to develop our thinking about how to reduce the burden of foodborne [...]
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Bromley House Clearance offer their services in Bexleyheath and surrounding areas . They now offer a full range of service from House Clearance also flats and garages and commercial buildings cleared. They can donate unwanted item [...]
Women's World Day of Prayer
An international and interdenominational event - the Women's World Day of Prayer - will be held at: Geddes Place United Reformed Church, Bexleyheath, on Friday, 7 March, at 10.30am. As Maggie Pickford, WWDP Chairperson for t [...]
PEOPLE from Bexley are this month (January, 2014) being called to sign up for a charity record breaking attempt for the most people signing and singing a song on the same day.
Children and adults from the area are being reminded to register for SignHealth’s sign2sing fundraiser on Wednesday, February 5. Linda Petrons, Events and Corporate Fundraiser at SignHealth, which is the national healthcare ch [...]
The Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice Santa Dash was a huge success with nearly 350 people running, walking and jogging 5km around Danson Park in Bexleyheath. The event, in its second year, was held on 1st December to raise fun
The park was filled with a sea of red and white as fundraisers, dressed in Santa suits, set off from Mansion House to run, walk or jog twice around Danson Park. Community Fundraiser, Megan Boyle, said: “There was a great at [...]
Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice in Abbey Wood, South-East London is appealing to runners who have secured a general entry place in the Brighton Marathon on 6th April 2014 to run and raise money for them. There is no registrat
The charity also has a limited number of guaranteed Hospice places available. Runners with Hospice places are required to pay a £40 registration fee and raise a minimum of £500 in sponsorship. Fundraising advice and support [...]
Christmas has come early for Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice after they received a bumper crop of toys following a special donation drive on ITV’s Daybreak for national hospice charity Help the Hospices, the umbrella organisa
The breakfast TV show asked viewers to donate toys in leading family leisure retailer Toys R Us for the Toy Box appeal throughout mid-November (18-25). More than 6,000 toys were donated across the UK as a direct result of the a [...]