That was the invitation given to local residents and businesses to attend a brand new conference hosted by Orpington 1st in partnership with the Bromley Dementia Action Alliance (BDAA).
In July I was proud that Bromley councillors unanimously decided to adopt a motion setting out the ambition of net zero carbon emissions by 2029.
Loneliness is more harmful to your health than smoking 15 cigarettes a day. It’s certainly a statistic that grabs the attention.
A scheme launched this summer across Orpington town centre aims to persuade residents to donate money to tackle the problem of homelessness, rather than giving directly to street beggars.
The Maypole Project, a local charity supporting children with complex medical needs, is throwing its Annual Ball this year, at the notable Army & Navy Club on the Pall Mall in London on Saturday 21st September.
All Saints' Church is delighted to launch an online service for the paintings of Orpington circa 1900s.
An Orpington teenager has secured a scholarship to pursue his footballing dreams at a prestigious American university.
Kent Community Foundation supports several homeless charities in Kent and Medway, including The Rainbow Centre, Porchlight and Caring Hands in the Community and knows that as the temperature rises the homeless in Kent need assis
A senior Met Police officer from Bromley has been made an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours for his work caring for families of colleagues killed in the line of duty.
Orpington 1st have once again installed flower towers across the high street as part of their continued efforts to improve the town centre environment.
The Autumn 2019 Edition of The Orpington 1st Magazine is available to read online now...