Kathy, Kevin and Peter
Thank you for visiting our web site. Following the elections of May 2014, your local councillors for the Penge & Cator Ward on Bromley Council are Kathy Bance MBE, Peter Fookes and Kevin Brooks. We are proud that you have again chosen Labour Councillors to represent you.
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Thank you to everybody who supported us yesterday in the Bromley Council Elections. Kathy Bance and Kevin Brooks were re-elected with 3259 and 2828 respectively. They are joined by Simon Jeal who replaces Peter Fookes with 2692 votes. The turnout was 40%. Elsewhere, Labour gained a third seat in Clock House with Josh King elected to Bromley. The full make up of Bromley is 50 Tories, 8 Labour and 2 Independents in Biggin Hill. For more information, please go to http://www.Bromley.gov.uk Below are Simon, Kathy and Kevin outside the Penge Cenotaph in the High Street.
Don’t forget that today is polling day for the Local Elections to Bromley Council. Please use your votes for the three Labour candidates in Penge and Cator; Kathy Bance, Kevin Brooks and Simon Jeal. The polls are open from 7-00am until 10-00pm. You will need to bring some form of identification. For more details, please go to http://www.bromley.gov.uk If you can help us get the vote out across the area, please go to our campaign centre at Penge East Community Centre in Station Road.
A proposal to turn the former Burton’s solicitors into residential accommodation has been declined by officers under their delegated powers. The site at 192 High Street is pictured below.
This event takes place on Saturday from 11-00am until 2-00pm at the site opposite Cator Park.
We would like to thank Sergeant Rob Goodwin who has been based in Penge and Cator for more than a decade for his efforts in making the area safer. We wish him well in his new post which he recently took up in East London.
A reminder that Tuesday is the last day that you can register to vote in the Local Elections on Thursday 3rd May and Wednesday at 5-00pm is the deadline to apply for a postal vote. For more information, please contact electoral@Bromley.gov.uk
Meet at 10-30am outside the Railway Tavern opposite Bromley North Station for a ninety minute walk which includes the Bromley and Sheppard’s College pictured below. For more information, please go to http://www.bromleycivicsociety.org.uk
This takes place at Holy Trinity Church in Lennard Rd (pictured below) @ 7pm. Kerst is the Music Director with members of the Living Well community performing. Food and refreshments will be available from 6pm. There is no charge for this event.