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Kent Spitfires and Surrey took a point apiece after their Vitality Blast South Group clash in Canterbury was abandoned due to heavy rain during the innings break.

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A tortoise has been reunited with his owner after it was found wandering along Eden Park Avenue in Beckenham.

Kent Spitfires skipper Sam Billings says the side’s last two nerve-wracking wins and never say-die-spirit will stand them in good stead throughout this season’s Vitality Blast campaign.

Popular children’s book The Gruffalo’s Child will be brought to life by internationally acclaimed theatre company Tall Stories, who are coming to the Churchill Theatre, High Street as part of a major UK and international tour.

To mark 25 years of a Chatterton Road charity shop, owners will be holding a trip down memory lane with staff and volunteers past and present.

An information event will be held in Crayford today (Wednesday July 18) to allow residents to find out more about National Grid’s plans to build a new network of cable tunnels between Wimbledon and Crayford.

A group of youngsters across the region have picked up prestigious awards given out to those who have completed some amazing achievements.

A historic Orpington school has been savaged in a new independent report for cultivating a regime of bullying and intimidation.

More children than ever across Bromley and the surrounding areas are getting the chance to take part in the Lawn Tennis Association’s (LTA) hugely successful Tennis for Kids programme and pick up a tennis racket for the first time, thanks to an increase in the number of places available for children in London and the South East.

Kent avenged last month’s Royal London One-day Cup final defeat by securing a breathless three-run Vitality Blast T20 win over Hampshire in front of 3,500 fans in Beckenham.

Women have served in the Royal Air Force throughout its 100 year history though the fight for equal opportunities took almost as long.

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The hot spell has been with us a while now, and as water companies suggest we moderate our use Bromley Council has a different sort of shortage – it needs volunteers to water the trees.

Nearly £950K has been spent on pay-offs for ex-Bromley Council staff in the past five years, new figures have revealed.

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