Bromley Civic Society will be leading three of its popular heritage walks during September to celebrate open day
17th century Bromley and Sheppard’s Colleges
The 17th century Grade 1 listed, Wren inspired buildings form a quiet oasis in Bromley North. The walk will take us through the two quadrangles of the main College, into the Chapel (1862), around the grounds to see Sheppard’s College (1840) and some 200 year old graffiti.
Outside the Railway Tavern opposite Bromley North station
Bromley Palace and Park
The 18th century Georgian home of the Bishops of Rochester was transformed in 1845 by Victorian entrepreneur Coles-Child. We will see the grand staircase, wood carved panels, an Adams fireplace and more; also historic landscape features in the adjoining park.
Sunday 9th September
Meet 10:30am, Stockwell Close
A walk around the old town of Bromley to get a flavour of its Victorian heyday, when many buildings in the Arts and Crafts style were built and the young Herbert George Wells was experiencing life that would later shape his novels.
Sunday 16 September
Meet 10:30am, main entrance of Primark, Market Square
For more information, please see our flyer.