Monthly Archives: June 2015

BROMLEY LABOUR GROUP Press release – £11m BONUS FOR BROMLEY, BUT CUTS STILL GO AHEAD

£11m BONUS FOR BROMLEY, BUT CUTS STILL GO AHEAD  In February 2015 when the Council set its budget and council tax for 2015-16, there was a predicted under spend from 2014-15 of £2.2m. Now the accounts for last year are … Continue reading

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Autumn Leaf Fall – Train Information

Letter from SouthEastern Trains Dear stakeholder, Each year train operators amend their timetables to account for the autumn leaf fall season and this year ours takes effect from Sunday 4 October to Saturday 12 December And as we did last … Continue reading

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London Borough of Bromley’s Cuts to Service whilst increasing the Investment Fund

Details of the LBB Investment fund Please follow the link: http://cds.bromley.gov.uk/documents/s50030170/CAPITAL%20PROGRAMME%20OUTTURN%20201415PART%201%20REPORT%20TEMPLATE.pdf

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Affinity Sutton – Ready2Work National Award Winning Service

Affinity Sutton have introduced their Ready2Work Scheme for Adult Learning Week. Aimed at Affinity Sutton residents but they do welcome non residents. This is a facility which we must retain in Penge: Affinity Sutton – Ready2Work – Training

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Late Knights Brewer

Late Knight Brewery had a job to keep up with the queues at Penge Festival Fete yesterday.  They  emptied their barrels and sold out. They are waiting for refurbishment works to be completed by developers to the Alexandra Public  House, … Continue reading

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Tefl Teachers Wanted

SE20 Magazine are looking for Tefl qualified teachers to add to their bank of English teachers for French students. Payment is £25 per hour, normally three hours a day, 4 days per week. They do not have teaching groups every … Continue reading

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Community Road Watch – Information for Residents’ Associations and local Organisations

Please see this report from The Community Roadwatch team Transport for London is working in partnership with the Metropolitan Police Service and City of London Police to run Community Roadwatch – a road safety initiative which aims to reduce speeding … Continue reading

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