London South East Colleges' student-led BR6 restaurant in Orpington is the first college restaurant in London to be awarded a Highly Commended AA Rosette and a People 1st Gold Accreditation.
We are pleased to announce that a new and improved market will be coming to Orpington later this year...
TV chefs and restaurateurs Chris and James Tanner joined the BR6 Restaurant student team last night to host a special charity dinner.
Jo Johnson, the Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Orpington, cut the ribbon at the St Mary Cray Oasis Community Hub on Friday 4th May, to open a new community project.
The Summer Edition of The Orpington 1st Magazine is out now, and for the first time is also available online...
Read the Summer 2017 edition of The Orpington 1st Magazine online.
On Thursday, 20 April 2017 over twenty-five volunteers worked on cleaning, painting & gardening to prepare the Oasis Community Hub for its launch on Friday, 5 May 2017.
TV presenter and novelist Prue Leith, paid a special visit to London South East Colleges Orpington today, to meet students and staff at the new BR6 Bakehouse.
The new BR6 Bakehouse in Orpington Town Centre was officially opened today by TV chefs and BR6 patrons, Chris and James Tanner.
Community spirit took centre stage on Thursday as crowds of thousands flocked to Orpington High Street to celebrate the start of Christmas.
Enter the Orpington Photography Competition for the chance to WIN £100 CASH and have your work included in the Orpington 1st 2017 calendar!
Students at Bromley College’s Hospitality, Food and Enterprise Career College are being given the opportunity to work alongside critically-acclaimed Chef, Allan Pickett on Wednesday 11 May.
Bromley College and Bexley College have today formally announced their intention to merge on 1 August 2016.
Bromley College’s Hospitality, Food and Enterprise Career College – based at its Orpington campus in the heart of the town - provides the setting for new Channel 4 TV series, Kitchen Impossible with Michel Roux Jr.