One of the London boroughs
, covering the areas of Bexley Village, Bexleyheath
Bexley village is a tiny place which was probably once quite pretty, amidst wide-open fields: there's a 9th-century church, St Mary's, next to the Cray river which runs under what used to be a nice old mill house, and is now a Berni Inn or some such shite. The A2 motorway, right next to the village, sends a flood of stinky traffic through daily. Just across the motorway is the partly fifteenth-century, partly Norman Hall Place, with formal Elizabethan gardens and topiary figures.