The location of Bexley is to the southeast of London and is about 10 miles away from Charing Cross. Earlier it was an ancient parish in Kent but with the increase of its population, it has presently become a Municipal Borough. The most important landmark in Bexley is the Anglican St. Mary’s church and other places of interest include Hall place, Danson House, and the United Reformed Church which is located on Hurst Road. Bexley is also home to the burnt ash hockey club as well as the Old Dartfordians War Memorials Clubhouse.