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Charitable Status Change

Dear Patrons, Contributors & Members. Bedrock, registered charity 1094430 has become a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) a new registered charity 1180476 called Bedrock Radio. Bedrock

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Time To Talk Day 2019

February 7th is ‘Time To Talk Day’. Where everyone is encouraged to talk about mental health. Mental health problems affect one in four of us.

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Bedrock News

Christmas Raffle Winners 2018

Bedrock are pleased to announce we raised £200 selling raffle tickets in our Christmas Raffle. We would like to thank everyone that bought a ticket

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Jack & The Beanstalk Review

It is panto season and the Queens theatre, Hornchurch have once more a spectacular production showing.  A traditional tale brought to life with smash hits such

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  • Parents Launch Meningitis Campaign 21st August 2019
    A family who lost their son to meningitis is launching a national campaign urging parents to take control of the meningitis vaccination process.
  • Britain concerned at reports HK consulate worker held in China 20th August 2019
    Britain said on Tuesday it was "extremely concerned" by reports that a staff member at the consulate in its former colony of Hong Kong had been detained in mainland China..
  • Italian PM Conte resigns denounces Salvini for toppling government 20th August 2019
    Italys prime minister announced his resignation on Tuesday as he made a blistering attack on his own interior minister, Matteo Salvini, accusing him of sinking the ruling coalition and endangering the economy for personal and political gain..
  • Lightning strike caused power cut National Grid 20th August 2019
    A blackout in Britain which cut power to one million customers and caused transport chaos on Aug. 9 was due to a lightning strike, the grid operator said in a report to regulator Ofgem, which said on Tuesday it would investigate the matter further..
  • EU rebuffs British PM Johnsons opening Brexit bid 20th August 2019
    Prime Minister Boris Johnsons demand that the European Union reopen the Brexit divorce deal was rebuffed on Tuesday by the bloc, which said Britain had failed to propose any realistic alternative to an agreed insurance policy for the Irish border..