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Councillor Hannah Gray, the Mayor of the London Borough of Bromley met with Orpington’s own ‘Olympians’ this week to present the trophies on the final day of their 10-day Olympic Challenge. Twenty-three residents at Cabrini House, a collection of three homes for residents with learning disabilities, in Healy Drive, Orpington, took part in the sporting…

As work dries up in London, cabbies are temporarily turning to other work London Cabbie, Lianne Rolls, 46, from Poplar, has been working at Chase Farm Hospital, for the Enfield GP Federation COVID-19 Clinical Assessment Centre delivering Oximeter machines, which monitor patient’s oxygen levels via a video call, taking medication to patients isolating at home…

Emmaus provides a home, work and a future for men and women who were previously homeless. They raise funds and teach new skills by collecting, repairing, renovating, and reselling donated goods including furniture For 25 years, Emmaus Dover has been providing accommodation and meaningful work opportunities for men and women who have previously experienced homelessness.…

After a break of two months leading professional flat jockey Hollie Doyle is delighted to be racing again on 1 June when the season resumes Professional flat jockey Hollie Doyle, 23, from Hungerford is counting down the days to be back in the saddle racing after the British Horseracing Board announced horse racing would resume…

Molly Campbell, an 11-year old golfing star,  from Long Eaton, near Nottingham,  is finally back in her happy place after golf courses were reopened to the public and she was reunited with her father who had displayed COVID-19 symptoms and had been separated from Molly while he self-isolated Pre pandemic, Molly’s coach was predicting the…