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Backing Bexley Business

James Brokenshire has given his support to a campaign supporting local business. The Local MP’s Visit to Smile Please Studio in Blackfen on Friday formed part of an initiative by the Federation of Small Business to ‘Keep Trade Local’.

Local officer brings thousands to fight blood cancer

James Brokenshire has congratulated Sidcup residents Andy and Nicola Sellings for winning a special Anthony Nolan award. The Presentation took place at a ceremony at the House of Commons to recognise the work of the uniformed services in the battle against blood cancer.

Battle of Britain Concert

On Saturday 15 September. I attended the Rotary Club of Sidcup’s annual Battle of Britain  Charity Concert. The Greenwich Concert Band provided a great evening’s entertainment, including ‘Last Night of the Proms’ favourites.

Battle of Britain Concert

On Saturday 15 September. I attended the Rotary Club of Sidcup’s annual Battle of Britain  Charity Concert. The Greenwich Concert Band provided a great evening’s entertainment, including ‘Last Night of the Proms’ favourites.

Olympic Pride

James Brokenshire has praised the work of the Security Service, the police, military personnel, border officers and volunteers for the delivery of a successful security programme for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Kent Crime Commissioner Launch

James Brokenshire has given his backing to Craig Mackinlay to become the first elected Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Kent.  James joined Craig at the official launch of his campaign as Conservative candidate in Maidstone on Thursday (13 September).

Lark in the Park 2012

James Brokenshire has praised organisers for another successful ‘Lark in the Park’ event at Sidcup Place, Sidcup.  The free community event, now in its 16th year, came to a conclusion on Sunday after a fortnight of activities and entertainment for young and old over the last fortnight.

Deputy Mayor Gives New Boost to Sidcup Waitrose Campaign

Deputy Mayor of London for Business & Enterprise, Kit Malthouse, took delivery of the “We Want Waitrose” petition in Sidcup today (Tuesday).  The Deputy Mayor will now present the petition signed by over 5,500 people to the London Assembly as well as to Waitrose in the next stage of the continuing campaign to press the retailer to open their planned Sidcup store.

Plans for Queen Mary’s shouldn’t be cast aside

The special administrator appointed to sort out the South London Healthcare NHS Trust (SLHT) has said that work on the so called ‘campus plan’ for Queen Mary’s Hospital should continue.  Responding to questioning by James Brokenshire at a meeting with local MPs at the Department of Health on Tuesday, Matthew Kershaw said that whilst he is looking afresh at the problems of local hospitals, existing planning for the future of the Sidcup Hospital would not simply be discarded.