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Love Coffee in Broadway Shopping Centre brews up novel recycling scheme

Love Coffee in Broadway Shopping Centre brews up novel recycling scheme

A COFFEE shop in Bexleyheath has brewed up the perfect way of recycling some of its daily by-products to the delight of green-fingered customers.

Instead of binning the kilos of coffee grounds it generates, Love Coffee in Broadway Shopping Centre is now offering to hand it over, free of charge, to gardeners to use as handy soil enhancers. And two of the first local allotme [...]

£9 MILLION MILESTONE FOR WARMTH SCHEME THAT HELPS VULNERABLE PEOPLE

£9 MILLION MILESTONE FOR WARMTH SCHEME THAT HELPS  VULNERABLE PEOPLE

npower Health Through Warmth, a scheme available to vulnerable homeowners in Bexley Heath, is celebrating after contributing more than £9million from its unique crisis fund towards the installation of crucial heating and insulatio

The scheme is available across England and Wales and since being set up in 2000, more than 80,000 vulnerable people with long-term illnesses have been referred to npower Health Through Warmth. This month, the scheme hit two major [...]

WILKO IN BEXLEYHEATH OFFERS A HELPING HAND TO THE LOCAL COMMUNITY

WILKO IN BEXLEYHEATH OFFERS A HELPING HAND TO THE LOCAL COMMUNITY

Team members at the Wilko store on Broadway, Bexleyheath, are offering a helping hand to community groups and charities in the area who need extra support in 2014.

Whether the project benefits young people, families or the elderly, Wilko is appealing to anyone who is passionate about their local community to get involved and apply for a donation from the store’s Helping Hands budget. Peop [...]

Book a free talk from a national children’s charity

Book a free talk from a national children’s charity

A NATIONAL children’s charity is offering parents’ groups and care professionals in Bexley the chance to book its expert staff this year (2014) for a talk about the therapies it offers.

bibic helps children and young people aged from six months to 18-years-old with conditions affecting their social, communication and learning abilities to achieve their potential for a happier and more fulfilled life. Jon Shoes [...]

YOUNG CARER CHLOE BACKS BODY SHOP REVAMP

YOUNG CARER CHLOE BACKS BODY SHOP REVAMP

A TEENAGER from Bexley who helps care for her disabled sister is backing a community driven revamp of a local Body Shop store.

The Body Shop in Broadway Shopping Centre in Bexleyheath is soon to undergo a major refit which will see it re-launched as one of the company’s flagship Pulse stores. One of the main aims of the new look store, with its [...]

Ami and her team at TK Maxx have it in the bag when it comes to backing cancer charity

Ami and her team at TK Maxx have it in the bag when it comes to backing cancer charity

A FASHION store worker who lost her much loved grandparents to cancer has bagged herself a place at the front of a charity donation drive.

Ami Hall is part of a big-hearted team at TK Maxx in Broadway Shopping Centre, Bexleyheath, who have got it in the bag when it comes to raising cash for good causes. Over the past few years they’ve made hundreds of pounds for the [...]

Schools encouraged to raise money for charity

Schools encouraged to raise money for charity

BEXLEY schools and colleges are this month (March, 2014) being asked to host a variety of fundraising activities in aid of charity.

bibic, which helps children with conditions affecting their social, communication and learning abilities, is encouraging schools and colleges to fundraise for it. Geoff Cummins, Chief Executive for the Westcountry-based nationa [...]

MUM JEANNIE WHO IS BATTLING CANCER LENDS HER SUPPORT TO GIRL’S NIGHT OUT CHARITY EVENT

MUM JEANNIE WHO IS BATTLING CANCER LENDS HER SUPPORT TO GIRL’S NIGHT OUT CHARITY EVENT

A SIDCUP mum who is battling cancer is urging women to enjoy a charity pamper evening at Broadway Shopping Centre in aid of a hospice which has been her lifeline.

Jeannie Branch, 46, is fighting back against Non Hodgkin lymphoma the only way she knows how, by determinedly fund-raising for the hospice which has helped her through the darkest days of her life. Without the emotional and pr [...]

10 Things You Should Know About Fraudsters

10 Things You Should Know About Fraudsters

Criminals are entrepreneurial and are always finding new ways to steal your money and/or information. At the Business Crime Reduction Centre, they are constantly looking for ways to raise awareness of what they are up to. Here are

1) They want your identity Your personal information is more valuable than you realise. Fraudsters will scour the internet to collect your details – don’t make it easy for them. Your Facebook profile is a treasure trove of inf [...]

Looking to Take Your Business Mobile?

Looking to Take Your Business Mobile?

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 [...]

Rock Choir Offers Hope for a Peaceful Nights Sleep

Rock Choir Offers Hope for a Peaceful Nights Sleep

If you suffer from snoring or are fed up at being kept awake by your partner’s nocturnal noises, joining your local Rock Choir could be the answer to uninterrupted sleep. Joining the nation’s favourite contemporary choir can help

One local Rock Choir leader Jennie Harwood explains: “Singing helps to exercise and strengthen muscles in the soft palette, which is where the snoring vibration occurs. A study carried out by the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundat [...]

What is the difference between a local authority Environmental Health Officer and a private Food safety auditor ?

What is the difference between a local authority Environmental Health Officer and a private Food safety auditor ?

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 [...]

New facilities for town centre Geddes Place URC

New facilities for town centre Geddes Place URC

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 [...]

The Essential Resource for Retailers

The Essential Resource for Retailers

If you're a retailer looking to get more customers through the door and onto your site, and want to know how you can maximise sales through important calendar events, then look no further than RedBorder Ltd. They have launched the

To successfully stay in business retailers must now stay one step ahead of their competition, and be both proactive and reactive when it comes to important annual events. Now in its second year, The Retail Calendar by RedBord [...]

Research published: domestic kitchen practices

Research published: domestic kitchen practices

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 [...]

House Clearance in Bexleyheath

House Clearance in Bexleyheath

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

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 [...]

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WARMTH SCHEME RAISES AWARENESS OF HELP AVAILABLE FOR PEOPLE WITH CIRCULATORY CONDITIONS IN BEXLEY

WARMTH SCHEME RAISES AWARENESS OF HELP AVAILABLE FOR PEOPLE WITH CIRCULATORY CONDITIONS IN BEXLEY

To mark Vascular Disease Week, from 17 - 23 March 2014, a warmth scheme which is available locally to vulnerable residents in Bexley is reminding people affected by the disease of the help on hand.

npower Health Through Warmth helps homeowners with long-term illnesses, including circulatory conditions such as vascular disease, with the funding and installation of heating systems. The scheme works closely with charities, loc [...]

WARMTH SCHEME RAISES AWARENESS OF HELP AVAILABLE FOR PEOPLE WITH CIRCULATORY CONDITIONS IN TOWER GREENWICH

WARMTH SCHEME RAISES AWARENESS OF HELP AVAILABLE FOR PEOPLE WITH CIRCULATORY CONDITIONS IN TOWER GREENWICH

To mark Vascular Disease Week, from 17 - 23 March 2014, a warmth scheme which is available locally to vulnerable residents in Greenwich is reminding people affected by the disease of the help on hand.

npower Health Through Warmth helps homeowners with long-term illnesses, including circulatory conditions such as vascular disease, with the funding and installation of heating systems. The scheme works closely with charities, loc [...]

WARMTH SCHEME RAISES AWARENESS OF HELP AVAILABLE FOR PEOPLE WITH CIRCULATORY CONDITIONS IN BEXLEY

WARMTH SCHEME RAISES AWARENESS OF HELP AVAILABLE FOR PEOPLE WITH CIRCULATORY CONDITIONS IN BEXLEY

To mark Vascular Disease Week, from 17 - 23 March 2014, a warmth scheme which is available locally to vulnerable residents in Bexley is reminding people affected by the disease of the help on hand.

npower Health Through Warmth helps homeowners with long-term illnesses, including circulatory conditions such as vascular disease, with the funding and installation of heating systems. The scheme works closely with charities, loc [...]

Children of the Great War – Hospice Open Day

Children of the Great War – Hospice Open Day

Do you have stories or mementos from the Great War?

In association with Age Exchange, Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice on Bostall Hill, Abbey Wood is hosting a public Open Day at the Hospice on Wednesday, 9 April between 11am and 4pm for Children of the Great War – a London-wid [...]

Hospice's shock as van is stolen

Hospice's shock as van is stolen

A van belonging to Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice has been stolen from the hospice's retail distribution centre at 12-15 Bellegrove Parade in Welling.

The white Ford Transit Luton boxed van, registration number VN61 ZPR, was taken on Saturday, 1st March between 5.30pm and 9pm. The van was used daily by Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice's retail department to move donated [...]

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