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Covid-19 Local Help

Bexley Council have launched a Coronavirus Helpline to support residents during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Covid-19 Restrictions on Travel

The Prime Minister addressed the nation instructing the British people to stay at home in order to protect the NHS and save lives.

Covid-19 Volunteering

Bexley Voluntary Services Council (BVSC) have launched a new volunteering scheme to respond to the Coronavirus crisis and maximise support for those in need. 

Covid-19 Financial Support

The Chancellor of the Exchequer has announced a comprehensive package of measures to support businesses in response to the serious economic caused by the Coronavirus outbreak full details of which can be found here

Coronavirus (Covid-19) Advice

For the latest medical advice, guidance and advice visit NHS.uk/Coronavirus.

For details on the Government response to the Coronavirus outbreak visit Gov.uk/Coronavirus 

A Budget to ‘get things done’

James Brokenshire has welcomed the Chancellor’s 2020 Budget which delivers on the promises made to the British people and gets things done, investing in the NHS, public services and infrastructure.

Bexley Young Musician of the Year

James has congratulated trumpeter Charlie Keeling from Bexley Grammar School on becoming the borough’s young musician of the year 2020.

Keeping kids safe online

James joined Ivanka Trump, the Phoenix 11 survivors group, Ministers from the US, Australia, Canada and New Zealand as well as major tech companies at events in Washington this week for the launch of a first-of-its-kind blueprint to keep children safe on the internet.

James presents Sidcup History at Bexley Book Buzz

James Brokenshire took part in the Lamorbey and Sidcup Local History Society presentation at Sidcup Library as part of the Bexley Book Buzz.

This is the third year that Bexley has hosted a Book Buzz Literary Festival, a two-week programme packed full of events and activities for all.