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The Wonderful Suburb of Bexleyheath is a Great Place to Live!
Bexley Heath was a very small settlement comprising mostly of scrub land, right up until the early nineteen century. After that, it has become the suburban district that we know and love today. Modern Bexleyheath (or Bexley New Town) is a part of Greater London, and spans the DA6 and DA7 post code areas. The Bexleyheath town centre is a very modern looking place, filled to the brim with shops, cafés and other service providers. It’s been through a fair few developments over the past couple of years, so it’s still bang right up to date. There are also a number of leisure and cultural hot spots in Bexleyheath. These include the Edward Alderton theatre, a five-a-side football arena and a ten-pin bowling alley. So it’s easy to keep active in Bexleyheath! Public transport serves Bexleyheath well - there is a railway station that connects this area with Peckham Rye and Charing Cross among others. In addition to this there is Transport for London bus routes that keep things moving along.