An emergency food service for Bexley residents is now available.
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Top tips for tough times
Whether you are a local resident or a business person, these pages are designed to provide you with information and advice to help you during the current challenging economic conditions.
If you have any comments or extra information that you think other people would find helpful, please email the Communications team using the contact information on the right.
Did you know that the average family in the UK throws away £50 of food each month?
Resources Plus can provide you with everything you need if you're looking for work.
If you're struggling to pay the bills or your circumstances change - for example if you lose your job - it make sense to check that you are claiming all the benefits available.
The Council is keen to support local businesses during the current economic downturn.
There is help available to help you make the most of your money, as well as advice if you're struggling to cope with debt. Please don't delay in asking for help if you think you need it.
Even if you have a car, it can pay to go by bike, foot or public transport, at least for some journeys.
One of the Council's top priorities is to increase the availability and quality of housing in Bexley.
If you are looking for things to do around the borough for little or no cost this is the right place!
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