Kate Nelson News channel editor email@example.com KateNelson999 Kate runs the news operation for London24. Get in touch with her with your story ideas and views on the site. Latest Bexley news Bexleyheath pub to give away free gin and tonics in exchange for cake Wednesday, November 14, 2018 Olivia Gantzer A Bexleyheath pub will be offering free gin and tonic today, in exchange for a very unusual currency - cake. Bexley schools asking parents for money, says councillor Tuesday, November 13, 2018 Tom Bull, local democracy reporter Cash-strapped Bexley schools have been writing to parents asking for money for supplies, according to a councillor. Bexleyheath Remembrance Tuesday, November 13, 2018 Olivia Gantzer MP for Bexleyheath and Crayford David Evennett was the guest of honour and speaker at an Armistice and Remembrance Commemoration held at the Bexleyheath Conservative Club on Sunday (November 11). Thamesmead father could have been suffering drugs cocktail effects, baby death trial told Tuesday, November 13, 2018 Emily Pennink and Joe Gammie, Press Association A father could have been under the influence of a cocktail of drugs when he fatally shook his 10-week-old daughter, a court heard. Erith’s Carnegie building to reopen ahead of Christmas Tuesday, November 13, 2018 Olivia Gantzer Erith’s iconic Carnegie building will be open to the public for an exciting array of events before Christmas, prior to its official opening in February next year. ‘Magic Table’ comes to Bexley care home Monday, November 12, 2018 Olivia Gantzer An innovative ‘magical table’ with the ability to transform the lives of people living with dementia has been installed at Heathfield Court care home in Northumberland Heath. Miracle dog up for award Monday, November 12, 2018 Olivia Gantzer A dog who miraculously survived a freak accident after being rushed to Thamesmead Pet Hospital is up for a national award. Armistice 100: How the truce was welcomed back home on November 11, 1918 Sunday, November 11, 2018 Jon King The big question on people’s minds on the morning of November 11, 1918, was whether or not the armistice had been signed and the fighting ended.