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Bexley Brewery – Howbury 6 – English Pale Ale

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Bexley Brewery‘s Howbury range of beer is a simple idea executed brilliantly. A self-defined “development range” that allows them to try new things, make mistakes, get feedback, identify possible new stalwarts for their core range and more generally offer a bit of variety. Read the rest of this entry »

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Michaelmas in Erith

View of Erith Pier

Happy Michaelmas everybody! I wasn’t really sure what Michaelmas was, or even when it was, until today, Michaelmas. It is the feast day of St Michael, the angel who dealt with Lucifer and threw him out of heaven.1 So, someone worth celebrating. Read the rest of this entry »

Back of a fag packet analysis of the proposals for new Parliamentary constituency boundaries in Bexley

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There could be some notable changes to who represents Bexley’s residents in Parliament under new proposals from the Boundary Commission. I am no political commentator or analyst, but their Initial proposals for new Parliamentary constituency boundaries in London make for some interesting reading. Read the rest of this entry »

No Open House for Bexley, again

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Open House London have announced this year’s programme, a selection of interesting buildings across London that will be open for the public to take a look around on the weekend of 17-18 September. However, Bexley Council have again opted to not take part in the event. The borough originally pulled out of the scheme in 2014. Read the rest of this entry »

Always taking the same photograph

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I’m no photographer. I don’t even own a camera. Well, not a proper one, anyway. But having a camera phone, I do find myself taking images here and there on my travels. As I suppose we all do. But I seem to take a lot of photos of the same place. Read the rest of this entry »