Discover Bromley’s own ‘Green Man’. See the flowering Broom, from which the Town takes its name; the special landscape features of historic Bromley Palace; specimen trees planted in a bygone age; a Tudor bee hive niche and historic views unchanged over centuries. Re-discover ‘Neelgherries Gardens’ and the town’s oldest feature mentioned in the Domesday Book. The walk will last approximately one and a half hours and there is some moderate uphill walking in one place. The walk complements Bromley Civic Society’s built heritage walks. We look forward to seeing you.
Meet outside the Churchill Theatre on Sunday 17 April at 11.00am.
BROMLEY CIVIC SOCIETY with THE FRIENDS OF BROMLEY TOWN PARKS & GARDENS