Monthly Archives: November 2012

New – How to respond to Hospitals reorganisation plan in our area

The authors of the report are concerned that the information we have given out for responding to the consultaiton is not correct.   The have told us that: The email address is not the way in which residents can respond it … Continue reading

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Update on update on future of Beckenham Beacon following last night’s joint Residents’ Associations meeting

(Apologies to those who followed the first link – it had technical problems.) The meeting was held jointly by West Beckenham Residents’ Association and the Copers Cope Area Residents’ Association so it had a different emphasis to the usual WBRA … Continue reading

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Why no hospitals consultation meeting in Beckenham

We have sent the following eamail to the consultants.   By not having a meeting locally, the author of the report has confirmed that he has no idea of the relationship between the local population and local health services:  Dear Sirs, I … Continue reading

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Closure of hospital services – motion to be submitted to council on Monday

Here is the draft version of a motion we are submitting to the Bromley Council meeting on Monday: This council welcomes the positive and helpful recommendations of the Special Administrator to deal with the financial problems associated with the South … Continue reading

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More Tough Choices Meetings Across the Borough

A series of public meetings are being held across the borough by Bromley Tories to discuss their plans for a further cut of thirty million pounds to the council budget.  Come along and have your say on these important decisions. … Continue reading

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Results from under age test purchases for alcohol, fireworks and knives in the Penge area

On Tuesday the 30th October 2012, Bromley Trading Standards Department conducted an operation in Penge.  A total of 15 shops were targeted with 2 volunteer boys aged 16 11 of these shops were visited and test purchased for alcohol.   This … Continue reading

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Beckenham Beacon to close under re-organisation plans

The closure of the Beckenham Beacon is amongst the proposals announced this week in response to the financial difficulties of the South London Health Care Trust.   People living in the Penge area will also be effected by a proposal to close … Continue reading

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