Orpington


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Orpington

two breeds, Black and Buff, of meat fowl. All black or buff in color.
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When he did return to the Commons nearly a decade later, it was as a Conservative MP for Orpington, the seat he has represented since 1992.
Fifty years ago the "safe" Tory seat of Orpington, Kent was captured by Liberal Eric Lubbock, with a 22% swing.
Officers were concentrating their search on an area just outside the park gates next to Court Road, the Orpington bypass.
1945: The last of more than 1,000 V2 rockets fired at Britain landed at Orpington, Kent: the launch sites were then captured by advancing Allies 1958: Nikita Khrushchev ousted prime minister Nikolai Bulganin to take power in the USSR.
The two friends were walking along Roman Avenue near to the junction with Orpington Avenue when they were approached by two men.
Thomas Connor, 20, of Orpington, Kent, was found guilty of murder and robbery.
In a batch of festive messages sent back to families from troops on the frontline, Rfn Brown, pictured, from Orpington, Kent, said: "Merry Christmas to my family, dad, Steph, Sam and Ellie, also to my dog Smuttsy.
Workers laid off following the collapse of Woolworths were among those seeking jobs at the store in Orpington, south east London, which will open next week.
The action day follows the success of a similar event on Monday, September 8, when the trailer visited the Langridge Crescent and Orpington Road areas.
Allied Bakeries has resorted to new packaging for Kingsmill products being produced at its Orpington plant in order to prevent instances of sabotage, which have dogged the site since last summer.
Skybet go 6-1 the field on rounds, with a points win for the Orpington prospect an 8-1 chance.
Allied bosses traced the loaves to the firm's bakery in Orpington, Kent, and alerted the police and Food Standards Agency.