For more information, or to arrange for your pet to be microchipped, visit www.sevenoaks.gov.uk/animalwelfare or call 01732 227000.

You cannot carry waste into the site on foot.

Dog owners who fail to get their dog microchipped could be collared with a fine of £500.

Our thoughts are with Cllr Brookbank’s family and friends at this time and the Town flag will be flying at halfmast as an act of respect for this remarkable man.

Up until 1974 it was a part of the Dartford Rural District.

Representatives from U+I, the town centre owners, will be in attendance to answer questions

At this later date we hope also for a display by U&I at the venue. We hope the meeting will see a good turnout as we are providing a large venue, the Alexandra Suite.

Sidcup and District Motor Cycle Club owns the Canada Heights international motocross circuit at Button Street, Swanley. The venue was first used in 1948 and was purchased by the club in the 1980s. A round of the ACU British Motocross Championship is run each year as well as open Motocross, Enduro and Trials events for all types of motorcycles.

Swanley is a town and civil parish in the Sevenoaks District of Kent, England. It is located approximately 15 miles (24 km) southeast of central London, adjacent to the Greater London boundary and within the M25 motorway. The population at the 2011 census was 16,226. The local council is Swanley Town Council.

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Other alternative routes from London to Dartford via Sidcup and via Bexleyheath.

Working together with the people of Swanley, Swanley Village and other local providers to develop caring, quality services for the changing needs of the community at an affordable cost, Swanley Town. 

Swanley station is served by the following routes.

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In 1066, Swanley only consisted of a few cattle farms, surrounded in oak, sycamore and ash (Fraxinus) woodland. Because Swanley only consisted of a few homesteads, it was not mentioned in the Domesday Book.[1]

This will give residents more time to study the proposals and state their thoughts or objections to present who would not make the meeting on the 6th due to leave, sickness or other engagements.

The station is located at Station Approach, almost 1 mile (1.6 km) away from Swanley Town Centre.

“My most sincere condolences go to the family of a gentleman who will be sorely missed”.

Please see here for car parking information/tickets for Swanley: http://www.southeasternparking.co.uk/carpark.asp?station_id=433

He was also an elected Parish Councillor in 2011 and 2015 for Swanley White Oak, as well as an elected Kent County Councillor for Swanley in 2009 and 2013.

The Swanley and District Athletic Club, founded in 1988, meets at New Barn Park. The club organises and helps run a number of annual running and cross-country events.

Swanley Town Council are looking for volunteers for this Friday’s 1812 event, to help with the collection for the Mayor’s charity. Profits will go towards building disabled friendly equipment in the play ground.

Luckily, Ben had been microchipped which meant owner Adam could be sniffed out by the Council and the two could be reunited after a few days in the Council’s care.

Not just any Asda — an Asda Supercentre. Just walking around one of those bad boys is practically a day's entertainment in itself. Baked goods, clothing and homewares all await your arrival, and you can even get your recycling done while you're there. If it all gets too much, schedule in a bargain fry up at the cafe.

Find out more about the shops and brands at Swanley Square.

District Chairman Cllr Simon Raikes says: “Everyone is extremely saddened by the news of Cllr Brookbank’s passing.

Photos attached of Ben with his owner, Adam Stonier and also with Animal Control Officer, Ann-Marie Milton. Adam Stonier’s contact number is 07456 545400.

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Swanley has easy access to the M25, M20, A20, being on the M25 Junction 3 interchange. The A2 is also close by.

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Ouch. As the kids say: BURN.

The motor racing circuit Brands Hatch is situated five miles from Swanley.

The Town Council will be considering its decision on the plans for development in the town centre

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Swanley station serves the area with services to Central London via Bromley South. There are also services to Sevenoaks, Gillingham and Ashford International.

Sidcup & District Motorcycle Club is based at Canada Heights track, the nearest town to which is Swanley. Although some events members only, others are open to the public. Keep an eye on the upcoming event schedule, and you could soon be watching some seriously muddy cross-country biking.

The town developed from a crossroads with very few buildings to a town with a population of 16,588 (in 2001) in one and a half centuries.[3] It had only three houses before the advent of the railway in 1861. The newer settlement grew up around the railway junction and was originally named Swanley Junction, it became Swanley, and the original Swanley became Swanley Village, in the 1920s.

The 2015 typical off-peak train service is:

The funeral takes place on 25 August 2016. Further details and letters of condolences are care of Swanley Funeral Care at swanley@co-operative.coop

In the 6th and 7th Centuries, there were probably two homesteads. After the Norman Conquest, these portions of land were turned into manors, which were then often divided among the monks at Ghent Abbey and Bermondsey.[2] The original settlement of the town of Swanley (as opposed to modern-day Swanley Village) was based around Birchwood which does get mention in later medieval and early modern documents.

Seems like a fairly large coincidence but Diamond Geezer covered Swanley in his post yesterday.... A hat tip might have been the right thing to do.