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  • Londoners save £1.50 when they change onto another bus or tram within an hour
  • 100 million ‘Hopper’ journeys already made - a year after its launch...

Bexley Emergency Aid Training (BEAT) are offering a special deal on First Aid training for Chamber members.

Bexley Emergency Aid Training have a First Aid at Work Requalification course...

Local Councillors, volunteers and key partners got together to celebrate the practical completion of a grand park improvement project on Thursday September 7 at Lesnes Abbey Woods, close to Abbey...

The London Assembly 7 September 2017  unanimously agreed a motion urging the Mayor to write to the Home Secretary calling for the introduction of a register for those convicted of...

Public spaces owned by private companies are quietly spreading thorough London. Under current laws, landowners decide who has public access, an unusual planning rule which should be revised.

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RAF Northolt is being used more and more for commercial flights, rather than just military flights. The runway has also recently been closed for strengthening, in order to take larger...

Lewisham’s bid to be London’s Borough of Culture, ‘LoveitLewisham’, was launched 7 September 2017 at one of London’s most renowned museums, The Horniman Museum and Gardens in Forest Hill....

Gold Medal swimming paralympian, Susie Rogers; Olympic Silver Medal in Judo, Gemma Gibbons; Bronze Medal in Women’s 4 x 100 relay, Darryl Nieta;  Commonwealth Gold in weightlifting, Zoe Smith; all...

The B2B Property Networking Breakfast is a pre-event to this year’s South East Property Expo, the regions pre-eminent property event.

Starting at 6.30am until 8am, this informal early...

A new free festival designed to celebrate the older generation is coming to Charlton.
 
Live music, Tai Chi, mini spa treatments, reminiscence and a free lunch will be among the...

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