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A boy who was in at the birth of punk, but somehow managed to absent himself when it threatened to get too real.As Bromley is widely regarded as one of the most prosperous of Londons suburbs less than 10 miles from the citys centre you can take it that there are some decidedly posh spots here, the sort of place where things get done quietly and effectively and sometimes with no little style so not a bad choice for your wedding venue!Even for those who are not religious the parish church offers a touch of inspiration, a fine old building in the perpendicular style that has been almost totally rebuilt after a German bomb devastated it in 1941, a symbol of endurance. The poet laureate Sir John Betjeman famously condemned Slough to more than 70 years of opprobrium when he exhorted "friendly bombs" to fall on the Berkshire town.
Wells, who was born in 1866 to an impoverished shopkeeper, revealed his true feelings about the Kent commuter town in his reply to the letter from a committee of dignitaries offering the freedom of the borough.Police are trying to locate a tattooed 28-year-old man wanted in connection with an attempted rape in Bromley.