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Discovering Bromley’s Heritage! Exhibition and guided walks on Saturday 2nd

This summer we are having some exhibitons and walks to show off Bromley Heritage. Here’s our exhibition on Saturday 2nd July, and our first walks. For the walks – please note that booking is essential, as there is limited numbers … Continue reading

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AGM & Annual Event – Thursday 23 June 2022

THURSDAY 23 JUNE 2022 7.30 PMPARISH ROOMS, BROMLEY PARISH CHURCH, CHURCH ROAD, BROMLEY BR2 0EG As Honorary Secretary, it is my pleasure to invite you to our Annual Event, AGM, and what promises to be a most interesting talk by … Continue reading

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The Supplementary Planning Document that will decide how our Town Centre looks for the next decade

Bromley Council is in the process of drawing up a Supplementary Planning Document for the town centre; together with the local plan, this will determine what the town centre looks like for the next decade. In 2020 they conducted a survey … Continue reading

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Answers to online Family Heritage Treasure Trail

Answers to online edition: Charles Darwin The author H.G. Wells The Old Town Pump Drapers shop (sold cloth by the yard) 1888 (the year Covell & Harris ‘s shop) 1866 (HG Wells was born) ‘Old English’ Arts and Crafts style, … Continue reading

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2010 Area Action Plan Site G – High Street west side

No Planning Application. consultations on high rise blocks down the west side of the high street, including demolition of Ethelbert Close. Continue reading

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BCS talk: From the Vestry to the Palace – Thurs 21 March

This talk will cover the story of local government in Bromley; the buildings, the architecture and what the future might hold. In 1858 when the railway came to Bromley, the borough was run by the Parish Vestry, and election to … Continue reading

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