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Charity musical concert to suit all tastes in aid of Parkinsons UK.

Falconwood Community Centre in the Green.  Friday 6 May at 8pm Tickets £7 or available on the door or by calling 0208 303 0792. Fun informal atmosphere. Tea and coffee available or bring your own drinks and snacks.

Celebrate National Walking Month and join one of TfL's 45 free guided walks across the capital this May

Enjoy spectacular views of London in bloom on one of Transport for London's (TfL's) 'Spring into Summer' free guided walks, on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 May.

There are 45 free guided walks across the Capital, organised by Walk London and TfL, which explore London's hidden gems, famous landmarks, parks and canals. There is something to suit all ages and walking abilities, whether you fancy a short stroll or a challenging trek. Many of the walks are family friendly with Animal I-Spy in the City, a gentle stroll searching for dragons, lions and unicorns and Goodnight Mister Tom, inspired by the much loved book, particularly popular with children.

Visit walklondon.org.uk to book your free place on a 'Spring into Summer' walk. All walks start and finish within easy reach of public transport.

For more information about walking in the Capital and to download TfL's Walking Tube map, visit tfl.gov.uk/walking

Bexley Civic Society AGM and The Charles Burr Award                          

Last week (20 April) the Bexley Civic Society held its A.G.M. The Chairman, Ken Chamberlain, had come to the end of his tenure and Mike Pooley was voted in as the new Society's Chairman. Penny Duggan was elected as the new Honorary Secretary.

Betty Sadler, Award Administrator, introduced this year's recipient of the Charles Burr award. Charles Burr was a founder member of the Society and the Award bearing his name is given to someone who has made a significant improvement to the Borough. This year the award was presented to architect Ian Freeman by Ken Chamberlain for designing the new building of Bexley College, Erith Campus.

After the A.G.M. Martyn Nicholls gave a very informative talk about the conservation areas, listed buildings and structures within the Borough which is the essence of the Civic Society.

Visit www.bexleycivicsociety.org.uk

Want to book a library PC online?

Did you know that you can now book a library PC online? Simple - go to IT/Computers in Bexley libraries and book your slot. It's free to book and free to use!

Change to DD for the chance to win 5K!

You could win £5,000 just for paying your Council Tax by Direct Debit or by changing to Direct Debit payments by 30 September.

The London Borough of Bexley is part of a campaign organised by BACS designed to encourage residents to sign up for an easier way to pay.

Entrants that are already paying Council Tax by Direct Debit before 5pm on the closing date will also be entered automatically into the drawer.

To change to pay by Council Tax visit www.bexley.gov.uk/online and choose 'Apply for it'

The deadline for entry will be 30 September 2016 and the draw will be made on 7 October.

For more details and terms and conditions visit www.directdebit.co.uk/nationalcounciltax

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