Why we love London: Bexley

Bexley, if you have ever visited, feels more Kent than London.  There is a leafy calmness that belies being in one of the busiest cities in the world.  Yet, it is a place of significance.  The Red House, which is the only house ever commissioned by William Morris, is said to be of most importance to architecture. Morris was the creator of the Arts and Craft Movement.  Therefore, for printers, this is a place of culture and beauty – well worth a visit.  Of course, it is only about 13 miles from the centre of London, so there is excitement to be had too!