Proposals to reduce cash for community initiatives have concerned councillors who fear Bexley’s voluntary groups will be asked to do more with less resources.
More than 200 local people of different faiths were invited to special awards evening at the Civic Offices in Bexleyheath last week (November 15) to celebrate the hard work and achievements of the borough’s faith groups.
October is Black History Month and Bexley will be marking it with a series of events.
The council has organised a free marketplace event next month to encourage landlords of properties in the borough to find out more about Rent it Right.
Residents are being invited to have their say on the council’s emerging policy on equality and diversity.
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Everyone is invited to join in the fun at a weekend-long celebration to acknowledge the contribution of migrant communities to Bexley over the past 70 years.
Children from Northwood School in Thamesmead were the latest lucky recipients to benefit from the Cycle Recycle Scheme, which the council runs with the help of Sidcup Cycles.