Bromley, England Newswire

Bromley, England Newswire

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  1. M25 Cat Killer: Fake door-to-door fundraiser pretending to raise money for animal charity in BromleyRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | News Shopper

    A fake door-to-door fundraiser is reportedly knocking on homes in the Bromley area claiming to be raising money for the animal charity hunting the M25 Cat Killer. South Norwood Animal Rescue and Liberty are leading the hunt for the killer who is believed to have killed more than 250 cats since 2014.


  2. Open days at Orpington bowling clubRead the original story

    Tuesday | News Shopper

    Now that spring is here and the weather is improving, Orpington bowling club is opening its doors to anyone who would like to come a have a try at bowls. The clubis located in Goddington Lane BR6 9DH, where you will find a large car park free of charge.


  3. Plumcroft Primary School in PlumsteadRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | News Shopper

    A Plumstead primary school headteacher has said he would sooner resign than make further cuts to staffing levels at his school. Richard Slade, headteacher of Plumcroft Primary School in Plumstead, spoke at an education event, criticising the cuts being made by the current Government to education.


  4. MoreNiche affiliate network announces the launch of Di.etRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 20 | PR Log

    The MoreNiche network announces the launch of, a new weight loss plan that will be the network's first ebook affiliate programme. BROMLEY, England - March 20, 2017 - PRLog -- By launching its first ebook offer, MoreNiche is aiming to emulate the success of Clickbank, which has an ebook customer base of over 200 million and offers a range of well-known diet products.


  5. Bromley library workers to walk out for a week in strike over privatisationRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 18 | This is Local London

    Library staff are to stage a week-long strike as part of a campaign to halt the privatisation of their service. Members of the Unite union in the London Borough of Bromley's 14 libraries will walk out from April 1. Regional officer Onay Kasab said: "Libraries are for the benefit of the public and should not be considered as a ripe source of profit for the private sector."


  6. Police renew search for man missing in CamdenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 17 | Ham and High

    Since then, Mr Woodgate has been seen on CCTV in Drury Lane walking in the direction of Long Acre, a short time after meeting his family member. A man believed to be Mr Woodgate was also seen outside Sports Direct on Camden High Street at approximately 6am on Thursday, March 9. Mr Woodgate is a white man, of slim build around 6ft 2. He has blue eyes and greying short brown hair.


  7. Thameslink Programme disrupts trains between Kent and LondonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | Kent Online

    Train passengers are being warned of disruption as a number of stops in London will be off limits this weekend. It is because of work taking place as part of the multi-billion pound scheme to rebuild London Bridge to facilitate more routes out of the capital.


  8. The Kaleidoscope centre in Lewisham where the kerfuffle occuredRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 15 | This is Local London

    A woman who bit a police officer missed her bail and was late appearing in court because she couldn't take her morning bath. Evezi Erijoh, 53, from Ormanton Road in Sydenham, appeared in Bexley Magistrates Court yesterday, March 14, after being found guilty of three counts of assault.


  9. Sparks will fly - Apprenticeship success for Bromley studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 15 | News Shopper

    Two industrious young electrical installation students based at London South East Colleges' Bromley Campus have earned themselves the opportunity to put the skills they have acquired on-course into practice with a top electrical engineering and contacting company. Demi, 17 and Benedict, 21 both completed their Electrical Installation City & Guilds Level 2 Certificate courses at London South East Colleges and have successfully progressed into lucrative traineeship and apprenticeship programmes with R & MA Stewart Ltd based in south London.


  10. Orpington College apprentices meet local MP to mark National Apprenticeship WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 14 | News Shopper

    A group of apprentices at London South East Colleges Orpington Campus were paid a special visit on Friday by local MP and Minister of State for Universities, Jo Johnson. To mark the last day of National Apprenticeship Week 2017, Mr Johnson spent time meeting some of our apprentices and was served lunch in the College's award-winning student-led restaurant, BR6.


  11. Croydon Cat Killer: Charity gig planned to raise funds for group hunting down the culpritRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 14 | This is Local London

    The killer has been beheading cats and chopping off their tails, according to South Norwood Animal Rescue and Liberty , an unregistered charity based in south London. Most of the killings have been in south London with deaths linked to the case identified in Crystal Palace , Charlton, Orpington and Petts Wood.


  12. Bromley MarshgateRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 14 | Diamond Geezer

    Consultation hats on." TfL are working with the London Boroughs of Tower Hamlets and Newham and the London Legacy Development Corporation to enhance the transport links and public realm at Bromley-by-Bow and Marshgate Lane.


  13. Screaming on the bedroom floor I dialled 999 but was refused an ambulanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 12 | Metro

    I climbed out of bed to open the back door and felt a dull ache at the top of my stomach. Urgh.


  14. Police appeal to find Timothy Woodgate, last seen in CamdenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 10 | Ham and High

    Police are appealing for information on the whereabouts of missing man Timothy Woodgate, who was last seen in the Camden area at around 9pm on Wednesday. The 35-year-old is described as approximately 6ft 2in, white, of slim build and with blue eyes and greying short brown hair.


  15. Consultation prompts concerns over Newham constituency boundary changesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 9 | Newham Recorder

    Proposed changes to constituency boundaries which could see the seats of East Ham and West Ham carved up have prompted concerns over the borough's identity. East Ham: Beckton, Boleyn, Custom House, East Ham Central, East Ham North, East Ham South, Plaistow South, Royal Docks and Wall End wards.


  16. Cold callers conned vulnerable pensioners of over A 1.7mRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 7 | Daily Mail

    Five fraudsters who used inspiring quotes from former US president Barack Obama to trick vulnerable pensioners into handing over A 1.7m have been jailed for a total of 14 years. Aaron Petrou, 49, and Dean Hempseed, 35, used pseudonyms as they cold-called more than 70 elderly victims, between 2008 and 2011, to encourage them to buy green investments called 'carbon credits'.


  17. From clockwise top left: Dean Hempseed, Alan Mill, Paul Thompson, Aaron Petrou and Daniel ForsythRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 7 | This is Local London

    Detectives in the Metropolitan Police's Complex Fraud Team launched an investigation into a company called Taylor & Mills Ltd after a case referral from Action Fraud in 2013. Analysis of the company revealed employees were cold-calling elderly and vulnerable members of the public, using aggressive and persistent sales techniques, to persuade them to buy green investments known as 'carbon credits'.


  18. Detective who arrested rapist Derry McCann slams releaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 6 | Daily Mail

    Detective who arrested wedding day rapist slams the early release that freed him to attack stranger on the day he married Harry Kane's cousin The police detective who arrested the rapist who went on to marry Harry Kane's cousin has said he should have been jailed for 20 years. Derry McCann, 28, attacked a 30-year-old trainee lawyer in May 2006 as she was making her way home through an east London park.


  19. Bridegroom raped stranger was freed from earlier sentenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 4 | Daily Mail

    Bridegroom who raped stranger hours before marrying Harry Kane's pregnant cousin was freed early after earlier attack because judges said he was too young for life sentence A bridegroom who raped a stranger hours before marrying Harry Kane's cousin was freed from prison for an earlier offence because appeal judges said he was too young. Derry McCann, 28, attacked a 30-year-old trainee lawyer in May 2006 as she was making her way home through an east London park.


  20. Properties for around A 1mRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 3 | MoneyWeek

    Including an Italian farmhouse with six acres in Umbria, a one-bedroom flat in Pimlico, London, and a traditional Cornish farmhouse in Withiel. Belgrave Road, Pimlico, London SW1.