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Law firm Irwin Mitchell has recently submitted legal documents to Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust, seeking an explanation into the death of a pensioner from Sidcup who was sent home from hospital and died three days later.

Crayford resident Brian Hoadley is preparing for the toughest race of his life as he takes on the London Marathon to raise vital funds for the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB).

Ceyhun Uzan, from Sidcup, is training for a unique Ghostbusters themed Guinness World Record London Marathon effort.

This year’s Virgin Money London Marathon follows the usual route from Greenwich Park to the Mall.

Wondering what the weather has in store for us this weekend? Watch our three-minute Met Office video forecast.

Housing charity Peabody is to publish a new photographic book on Thamesmead to celebrate 50 years of the town.

Schoolchildren from Bexleyheath will enjoy free tickets to an ice rink and a castle after winning a reading competition.

Old Bexley and Sidcup MP James Brokenshire has called for a more “radical” approach to dealing with cancer, just weeks after having a tumour removed from his lung.

Kent beaten by Gloucestershire in season opener

After receiving a £10,000 grant from the National Lottery Awards For All programme, digital training provider Learning Digital has been able to purchase much-needed computer equipment to help teach senior citizens valuable computer skills.

More businesses than ever entered Bexley’s premier business awards this year, with 62 being shortlisted for the next round of judging.

A Bexley based rugby club are inviting women to connect with the sport and experience the benefits of being involved with rugby.

Swanley author Elaine Everest has published the fourth segment of her new saga, Wartime at Woolworths.

Spraying will start later this month after oak processionary moths were found on trees in several of Bexley’s parks and open spaces.

Mayor and Mayoress of Bexley, Cllr Peter and Irene Reader, attended the opening of a new Indian restaurant in Welling.

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If 2018 is going to be anything like 2017, it’s going to be unpredictable.

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Join In: Big food and drink quiz

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

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Fancy yourself as something of an aficionado of Christmas TV?

From the Top features classic swing songs

The prints can be seen at Bluewater Shopping Centre and Tunbridge Wells

The Maidstone rock festival is now in its 4th year

The exhibition will try to offer a greater understanding of mental health

The charity Centrepieces, founded by local artists, is behind the exhibition

The celebration of heritage cars and buses is returning next year

A unique adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic will tell the story of the respectable Dr Jekyll and the mysterious Mr Hyde

Enjoy stunning coastline scenery at a fun family event

An Evening Of Burlesque is officially the UK’s biggest burlesque performance

El Hablador comes to the Assembly Hall Theatre as part of a UK-wide tour

The legendary outfit are known for their unique blend of soul, hip hop, funk, breakdancing and comedy

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