Monthly Archives: September 2014

Part-Time Co-Ordinator Role Vacancy At St Hugh’s Centre

The St Hugh’s Community Centre in Castledine Rd, Anerley is currently seeking a part-time co-ordinator to increase community development in the area. The post is for up to 16 hours a week with a rate of pay of £10 an … Continue reading

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New Sainsbury’s Local Opens on Friday

The new Sainsbury’s Local at Clock House at the junction of Sydney Rd and Beckenham Rd will open on Friday 19th September. Ths store replaces the former Costcutters which was based there.

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Update on Beckenham Rd Sewer

Officers inform us that it is hoped to open Beckenham Rd between Hayne Rd and Beckenham High Street with effect from Thursday subject to further investigation. It is planned that buses will resume their normal routes from 4pm.

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Penge Police Meeting On Tuesday Evening

There will a public meeting on Tuesday 16th September at 7-30pm of the Penge Safer Neighbourhood Panel at Burmarsh Court, Manston Close on Croydon Rd. This is your chance to question local police officers on issues of concern in the … Continue reading

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Bromley District 20/20 Cricket Finals Tomorrow

This event will take place at Beckenham Cricket Club in Foxgrove Rd. The action starts at 10-00am and admission is free.

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Green Lane Church refused permission to extend hours

Another victory for the local community. Following representations from local councillors, the Planning Inspectorate has upheld Bromley Planning’s decision to refuse extended hours for use of the church premises above the Library. Currently the church is allowed to operate between … Continue reading

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“The Reader” Library Sign to return to Penge

We were all delighted when our new Library opened but concerned at the disappearance of the “The Reader” sign which had stood proudly in Maple Road and at other Penge Library sites before then. We learned that the council had … Continue reading

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