Fight bar licence review

PUBLISHED: 18:28 13 May 2009 | UPDATED: 16:41 25 August 2010

A BAR closed down by police following a large fight on St George s Day is due for a licence review.

A BAR closed down by police following a large fight on St George's Day is due for a licence review.

Trax Café Bar, in Bexley Village, is due to have its full licence reviewed by Bexley councillors at 7pm next Thursday at the Civic Offices in Broadway, Bexleyheath.

Bexley Police closed down every pub in the village, most pubs in Bexleyheath and some in Sidcup from 10pm on April 23 after some 200 became involved in a brawl outside Trax Café Bar.

The brawl, blamed by witnesses on fractions of rival football supporters, saw bottles tossed into a crowd of people celebrating St George's Day.

The bar was allowed to reopen last Friday.


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