Local Information – News, Events and Services

Local Information

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NEWS Biggin hill web editorial  The White Bear – A 16th Century Pub   Feature – A swimming pool at Biggin Hill   Feature – The Bird Boy of Biggin Hill   75 Years for Lyne Butchers  Save Saltbox Hill  Go and see inside Bromley Civic Centre and central libraryTHE AREA Places of interest to visit EVENTS    St John Ambulance  Biggin Hill Musical Theatre Company – productions twice a year at Charles Darwin school Local Schools click here for All the local schools in the area  Charles Darwin School  Charles Darwin School: PerformanceHOBBIES    Computer Club meet in the WI hall every Thursday, except for the first Thursday in the month.  Scouts Cubs and Beavers   The Air Training Corps – Open to boys and girls aged from 13 to 22 (max joining age 18). Join up and go flying, rock climbing, abseiling, hill walking, canoeing, etc. It only costs just over £2.00 per week to belong and the uniform is free More info: Kent Wing ATC Web site  Biggin Hill Branch of the Motorcycle Action GroupThe Biggin Hill MAG branch now meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month at the Fox and Hounds Pub, 311 Main Road, Biggin Hill, Westerham, Kent. All bikers are welcome. The meetings start at about 20:30. Runs, rallies, and events are all in the pipeline.  WESTERHAM SNOOKER League  BIGGIN HILL JUDO CLUB  St John Ambulance  Jeannettes Hobby Ceramics – Use your creative talents!   Biggin Hill Allotments – Grow your own fresh produce   Bromley and District Amateur Radio Society – Contact people around the world!   Alternative Energy – find out how to use the wind, sun and other forms of energy   SERVICES    The Residents Association   Westerham Hill Baptist Church  Allan Davies (Pastor)   The Christian Fellowship -meets on Sundays at 10, but are also open each day and available for counsel, prayer, help and advice. email address: BHillCF@aol.com LOCAL GOVT. Biggin Hill Liberal Democrats


5 thoughts on “Local Information – News, Events and Services”

  1. Could anyone tell me why No rembermance Poppy’s have been put in the cementary in the back of the top park, went to pay our respects only to find not a poppy on any tree ? there ,,,there are many X service people intured there so sad that streets lights seem more important than lost lives
    Ann R May

  2. Is biggin hill doing the chartwell cancer trust fate again this year???? We supported it last year and will do again this year if it’s on .

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