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Good Old Bexley!
Bexley, was an ancient parish that was part of Kent, but in modern times, it’s become a suburban residential area in the borough of the same name (Bexley). Evidence of its religious roots remains however - there are churches dotted around the area. St Mary’s is the most distinctive, with its recognisable, octagonal spire. From a residential point of view, Bexley is part of the DA5 post code area. It also has a few cultural and leisure orientated facilities. Like Bexley Cricket Club, Burnt Ash Hockey Club, and Old Dartfordian’s War Memorial. In terms of transport, there’s Bexley railway station, providing residents with services to Charing Cross, London Cannon Street and Sidcup among others. Overall, Bexley is best known for its culture and architecture. This is due to the many churches in the area. A lot of these churches are striking and a wonder to behold. So if you’re looking for an area with some truly beautiful surroundings, take a look at Bexley!