Yes it’s that time of year again and it’s been a pretty busy one for the Town in terms of proposed redevelopment and, occasionally, some welcome Conservation initiatives. Do come and join us to find out more and give us your thoughts.
Date: Thursday 7th June, 7.30pm
Bromley Parish Church Rooms, Church Road, Bromley
Welcome from the Chairman
Review of the past year &; discussion
Election of officers
Short refreshment break
More refreshments and social
Bromley Civic Society has been fortunate enough to secure a meeting with the new owners of the Royal Bell Hotel, High Street, Bromley.
They will be hosting a special members only meeting at the Bell on Saturday 28th April at 10.30am where there will be a chance to see proposed plans for the development of the hotel.
Places are limited and booking for this event is essential by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Come along to a BCS led heritage walk to Bromley & Sheppard’s colleges and Victorian Bromley North.
Saturday 14 April 2018 at 10.30am
Meet outside the Railway Tavern opposite Bromley North station.Walk will last approximately 90 minutes.
See flyer for more details.
Back by popular demand, Bromley Civic Society will once again be leading a tour of Bromley’s murky past with tales of ghosts, murder, political intrigue and execution!!
The Ghost walk will take place on Saturday 24 February at 6.30pm.
Meet outside Belgo in Queens Gardens from 6.15pm for a 6.30 start.
Please see our flyer for more details.
Join us on the BCS ghost walk and hear stories from Bromley’s murky past with tales of ghosts, murder, political intrigue and execution!
Date: Saturday 25 November 2017: 4.45pm for a 5.00pm start
Meet outside Belgo in Queen’s Gardens by the north entrance to the Glades.
Please see flyer for more details.
A second consultation on the Council’s Library Gardens/Ethelbert Close development (Churchill Quarter) will now take place in the Wells Room at the Churchill Theatre on the following dates:
Thursday 16 Nov: 2.00-7.00pm
Friday 17 Nov: Midday – 5.00pm
Saturday 18 Nov: 10.00am-2.00pm
Please see flyer for full details.
Bromley Civic Society will be leading a heritage walk around the 17th century, Grade 1 listed, Bromley & Sheppard’s Colleges on Saturday 28 October.
Please meet at 10.30am outside the Railway Tavern (opposite Bromley North Station).
The walk will be free and last approximately 90 minutes.
For further information please see our flyer.
Start your day at this year’s fabulous SCIFI event with a time travel back to the Bromley where the grandfather of SCIFI was born and spent his early years which so influenced his later life and work.
Along with SciFi Bromley, Bromley Civic Society will be leading a HG Wells heritage walk on Saturday 23 September.
Meet at 2.00pm outside Primark, Bromley Market Square.
The walk will be free of charge. Please see our leaflet here.
Bromley Civic Society would like to make local residents and businesses aware of current proposals that we believe will have a significant impact on the future face of Bromley town centre.
There will be a consultation on proposals for designated “Site A” near Bromley North Station on Thursday 14 September, from 17.00-21.00 at St John the Evangelist Church Hall, Park Rd Bromley. We understand that the proposal here is for a tower block higher than that currently under construction at Bromley South. A further consultation will take place on Saturday 16 September 12.30-16.30 at the Central Library, Bromley. Please see our flyer here.
The second proposal concerns the proposed redevelopment of the Library Gardens near central library (“Site G”) about which the BCS has already made representations. Please see our flyer here.
BCS will be leading more of its popular walks around HG Wells’ Bromley on the following dates, as part of the Open House London 2017 events:
10:30am Saturday 16th September and
10:30am Sunday 17th September
Walks will FREE and last about one hour 30 minutes.
Please meet in front of the main entrance to Primark, Market Square, Bromley, BR1 1HE
On our walk we will see the places and buildings that Bertie (as his mother called him) knew, many of which are still there today – including several in the Arts and Crafts style fashionable at the time.
Please see our flyer for the walks here.