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The Hayes (Kent) Village Association was founded in 1933 to protect the interests of residents and preserve the local amenities. It is administered by a Committee made up of a group of residents who volunteer to help make Hayes a great place to live!

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Biggin Hill Airport noise action plan (NAP) review

For Our Community The following questions and answers are designed to aid understanding of the process the council is following before it formally responds to Biggin Hill Airport’s review of the noise action plan (NAP) Full details of what is

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Maidenhead United v Bromley FC

For Our Community Maidenhead secured a first National League win in seven games as they beat Bromley at York Road. The Magpies had lost five out of the previous six league matches to slip towards the relegation zone. Josh Kelly

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Bromley launches strategy to tackle loneliness

For Our Community Bromley Council’s well-established work to combat loneliness will be driven forward today with the launch of a new tackling loneliness strategy. The strategy shines a light on those affected and the causes and solutions building on the

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