• Bason takes leadership in his stride

    A HOT, muggy July evening and Blackheath's training ground at Well Hall is a hive of activity. The schools may have only just broken up for their long break, and the major cricket test series of the summer is barely under way, but south-east

  • BELVEDERE: E4's Misfits filming at Bexley College

    CAST members of a hit TV show took to a college’s roof to film scenes for their upcoming series. Scenes for a new episode of Misfits, a Bafta-nominated comedy drama shown on E4, were filmed at Bexley College in Tower Road, Belvedere,over one

  • NORTH KENT: PC leads blood drive after donation helps wife

    A PC led his colleagues in giving blood after a donation helped his wife following the birth of their child. When PC Rob Sweetland asked his fellow officers at north Kent police station to donate to the National Blood Service (NBS) last week, so many

  • There's labelling and then there's labelling!

    I have noticed an increasing number of products, clothing in particular, no longer sport just a price tag but instead are now carry all manner of slightly to extremely pointless tags. Recently on purchasing a pair of trousers I reached a new

  • DOWNE: Education award for Darwin's home

    THE home of Charles Darwin is to receive an award for educational excellence. Down House will be presented with the Sandford Award for Heritage Education in recognition of the centre’s Discovery Visits programme for school pupils, which is

  • Sam's the man as Cray win the Heritage Tournament

    Cray Wanderers have already won a trophy in their 150th anniversary season 2010-11. The Wands returned from Sheffield as winners of the Heritage Tournament, a unique one-day contest between the world's three oldest football clubs, Sheffield