SUSPECT BLAZE: Police are investigating a suspected arson attack on a cricket pavilion. Firefighters were called to the blaze at Chislehurst Cricket Pavilion, Cricket Ground Road, Chislehurst, at about 7am yesterday. At the time of going to press there were no reports of any injuries. Call the police on 01689 891212 if you have any information about the incident.

MEETING INVITE: The Bromley branch of the British Pensioners' Trade Union Action Association is inviting prospective council candidates to address its meeting on April 18 in the HG Wells Centre, St Marks Road, Bromley. Call 020 8659 1793.

PHONE CALL: Bromley Advocacy Alliance wants old mobile phones. The charity gets cash for each phone which helps its work supporting residents with health problems or other issues across the borough. Call 020 8460 6712.

FIRE CHECKS: London Fire Brigade is offering free home fire checks for Bromley residents. A smoke alarm will be fitted for free if needed. Call 08000 284428 or email smoke

MAST PLAN: Mobile phone company O2 has applied to put up a 12.5m mobile phone mast with three antennae on land opposite 161 Crofton Road, Orpington. Bromley Council is considering the application.

LOOKING FOR: Alan Price, 59, of Rhondda, South Wales, wants to find his cousin Helen Ayckbourn, who used to live in Bromley, before he turns 60 on March 27. Call 07970 636414.