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Bexley publishes a range of publications designed to raise awareness of the work of the Council, local services and facilities.
The Council delivers this A4 colour magazine to every home and business in the borough three times a year, normally in March, June and November.
The Bexley Magazine has been published continuously for 20 years and has won several national awards.
To receive a copy of the latest issue by post, or if you live in Bexley and do not receive a copy through your door, or if you have an issue you would like the magazine to cover, contact the Communications team using the contact details on the right.
This weekly publication includes key information for councillors, but is also popular with those who follow the Council's work closely, including the local media.
It includes details of decisions taken by Bexley's Cabinet, advance agenda lists for Cabinet and Committee meetings, summaries of Council news releases, a digest of key issues, local news and information and details of local road works.
To read the latest copy of Bexley Bulletin please use the link on the left.
To receive a copy of the latest issue please contact Communications through the contact details on the right. It is also possible to receive an email version of the Bexley Bulletin by using the subscribe link on the right menu.
This is a bi-weekly publication that is also printed in the News Shopper.
It aims is to highlight the great work being carried out by local residents and businesses to improve the borough and to give useful hints and ideas on how we can make it even better.
Each issue includes details of what items should go in each recycling bin, news on 'green' issues, initiatives being carried out or supported by the Council and some interesting facts and figures relating to the environment.
To see the Green Guardian's for this year please use the link on the left hand side.