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Bob Stewart celebrates success of Eat Out to Help Out scheme in Beckenham

More than 117,000 meals were claimed in Beckenham under the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, according to the latest statistics. In total, more than 100 million meals were claimed across the UK under the scheme, which ran throughout the month of August. In total, 84,700 establishments signed up to the scheme, including 89 in Beckenham

Conservatives: Loving our library

Beckenham Library was one of the first in Bromley Borough to re-open on Monday 6 July as the Covid-19 lockdown eased. Although borrowing a pre-pack of books or using the computer has to be pre-registered*, Conservative Councillors and supporters (pictured socially distancing) welcomed the news.

Met Police bolstered by 1,369 extra police officers

Councillor Peter Fortune has welcomed the announcement that the Metropolitan Police has been bolstered by an additional 1,369 officers since the Government launched its major recruitment drive in September 2019.

Beckenham Councillor Welcomes Eat Out to Help out Scheme

Councillor Michael Tickner, who represents Copers Cope ward which covered Beckenham Town Centre has welcomed the Eat Out To Help Out Scheme, which will give people in Beckenham up to 50 per cent off their bills in restaurants, cafes and pubs on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout August.

Beckenham High Street Bounces Back

Pedestrian-friendly Beckenham High Street is starting to buzz again after the lockdown left only 45 retailers open. Bromley's Mayor has awarded Certificates of Thanks to them all for serving our community during such difficult times.