The council has today (21 March) launched #DoitforBexley - a new anti-littering campaign which asks local residents to pledge to pick up at least one piece of plastic litter a week from the borough’s streets.
Three images of local scenes have been picked as winners of the Picture Bexley competition, and will now be part of a display at Hall Place Visitor Centre, Bourne Road, along with some of the shortlisted entries.
The council has promised to build on the work that took place to bid to become the Greater London Authority’s London Borough of Culture, and has restated its commitment to put culture firmly at the centre of its growth plans.
A 91-year-old Bexley resident, who previously fell victim to scam mail, is now so clued up on how to spot a con that she is finally able to save her money for much needed work around the house, as well as advise others.
The newly refurbished Central Library, on Townley Road in Bexleyheath, was packed out this weekend (February 10) when book characters paid a special visit to launch the borough’s first BookBuzz literary festival.