The grade II listed medieval building, the oldest in the borough, would be put up for sale later this year, according to a council meeting agenda report.

Museum exhibitions would be relocated to Bromley Central Library with an expert removal and handling company hired to transport the artefacts.

Two museum employees risk redundancy and new exhibitions at the library would be unstaffed, according to the report titled 'A New Approach to Bromley Museum'.

2010 Results:
Conservative: 29200 (59.7%)
Labour: 4400 (9%)
Liberal Democrat: 12000 (24.53%)
BNP: 1241 (2.54%)
UKIP: 1360 (2.78%)
Green: 511 (1.04%)
English Democrat: 199 (0.41%)
Majority: 17200 (35.17%)

Notional 2005 Results:
Conservative: 24600 (50%)
Liberal Democrat: 19444 (39.6%)
Labour: 3982 (8.1%)
Other: 1130 (2.3%)
Majority: 5156 (10.5%)

Actual 2005 result
Conservative: 26718 (48.8%)
Labour: 4914 (9%)
Liberal Democrat: 21771 (39.8%)
UKIP: 1331 (2.4%)
Majority: 4947 (9%)

The grade II listed medieval building, the oldest in the borough, would be put up for sale later this year, according to a council meeting agenda report.

Museum exhibitions would be relocated to Bromley Central Library with an expert removal and handling company hired to transport the artefacts.

Two museum employees risk redundancy and new exhibitions at the library would be unstaffed, according to the report titled 'A New Approach to Bromley Museum'.

2010 Results:
Conservative: 29200 (59.7%)
Labour: 4400 (9%)
Liberal Democrat: 12000 (24.53%)
BNP: 1241 (2.54%)
UKIP: 1360 (2.78%)
Green: 511 (1.04%)
English Democrat: 199 (0.41%)
Majority: 17200 (35.17%)

Notional 2005 Results:
Conservative: 24600 (50%)
Liberal Democrat: 19444 (39.6%)
Labour: 3982 (8.1%)
Other: 1130 (2.3%)
Majority: 5156 (10.5%)

Actual 2005 result
Conservative: 26718 (48.8%)
Labour: 4914 (9%)
Liberal Democrat: 21771 (39.8%)
UKIP: 1331 (2.4%)
Majority: 4947 (9%)

A COUNCILLOR has been expelled from the Conservative party after sending out 'racist' emails about prospective parliamentary candidates.

Orpington councillor Peter Hobbins was ejected from the party today (November 20) after he emailed fellow councillors and the Orpington Conservatives Association (OCA) complaining that there were no "'normal' English names" on the list of candidates.

In an email yesterday (November 19) to OCA chairman John Esler, he wrote: "I have been contacted by a Mr Dilon Gumraj and a Zerha Zaidi. Not one of them has a 'normal' English name.

The grade II listed medieval building, the oldest in the borough, would be put up for sale later this year, according to a council meeting agenda report.

Museum exhibitions would be relocated to Bromley Central Library with an expert removal and handling company hired to transport the artefacts.

Two museum employees risk redundancy and new exhibitions at the library would be unstaffed, according to the report titled 'A New Approach to Bromley Museum'.

2010 Results:
Conservative: 29200 (59.7%)
Labour: 4400 (9%)
Liberal Democrat: 12000 (24.53%)
BNP: 1241 (2.54%)
UKIP: 1360 (2.78%)
Green: 511 (1.04%)
English Democrat: 199 (0.41%)
Majority: 17200 (35.17%)

Notional 2005 Results:
Conservative: 24600 (50%)
Liberal Democrat: 19444 (39.6%)
Labour: 3982 (8.1%)
Other: 1130 (2.3%)
Majority: 5156 (10.5%)

Actual 2005 result
Conservative: 26718 (48.8%)
Labour: 4914 (9%)
Liberal Democrat: 21771 (39.8%)
UKIP: 1331 (2.4%)
Majority: 4947 (9%)

A COUNCILLOR has been expelled from the Conservative party after sending out 'racist' emails about prospective parliamentary candidates.

Orpington councillor Peter Hobbins was ejected from the party today (November 20) after he emailed fellow councillors and the Orpington Conservatives Association (OCA) complaining that there were no "'normal' English names" on the list of candidates.

In an email yesterday (November 19) to OCA chairman John Esler, he wrote: "I have been contacted by a Mr Dilon Gumraj and a Zerha Zaidi. Not one of them has a 'normal' English name.

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The grade II listed medieval building, the oldest in the borough, would be put up for sale later this year, according to a council meeting agenda report.

Museum exhibitions would be relocated to Bromley Central Library with an expert removal and handling company hired to transport the artefacts.

Two museum employees risk redundancy and new exhibitions at the library would be unstaffed, according to the report titled 'A New Approach to Bromley Museum'.

The grade II listed medieval building, the oldest in the borough, would be put up for sale later this year, according to a council meeting agenda report.

Museum exhibitions would be relocated to Bromley Central Library with an expert removal and handling company hired to transport the artefacts.

Two museum employees risk redundancy and new exhibitions at the library would be unstaffed, according to the report titled 'A New Approach to Bromley Museum'.

2010 Results:
Conservative: 29200 (59.7%)
Labour: 4400 (9%)
Liberal Democrat: 12000 (24.53%)
BNP: 1241 (2.54%)
UKIP: 1360 (2.78%)
Green: 511 (1.04%)
English Democrat: 199 (0.41%)
Majority: 17200 (35.17%)

Notional 2005 Results:
Conservative: 24600 (50%)
Liberal Democrat: 19444 (39.6%)
Labour: 3982 (8.1%)
Other: 1130 (2.3%)
Majority: 5156 (10.5%)

Actual 2005 result
Conservative: 26718 (48.8%)
Labour: 4914 (9%)
Liberal Democrat: 21771 (39.8%)
UKIP: 1331 (2.4%)
Majority: 4947 (9%)

A COUNCILLOR has been expelled from the Conservative party after sending out 'racist' emails about prospective parliamentary candidates.

Orpington councillor Peter Hobbins was ejected from the party today (November 20) after he emailed fellow councillors and the Orpington Conservatives Association (OCA) complaining that there were no "'normal' English names" on the list of candidates.

In an email yesterday (November 19) to OCA chairman John Esler, he wrote: "I have been contacted by a Mr Dilon Gumraj and a Zerha Zaidi. Not one of them has a 'normal' English name.

Chairman, Audit Sub-Committee, Chairman, Education, Children and Families Budget and Performance Monitoring Sub-Committee and Vice-Chairman, Education, Children and Families Select Committee

Councillors - Councillors - London Borough of Bromley


Orpington Conservatives – Welcome to the Orpington.

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