Bromley Civic Society arranges second Ghost Walk

PUBLISHED: 07:00 15 February 2018

The tour will end at the Railway Tavern. Picture: Google

The tour will end at the Railway Tavern. Picture: Google


Bromley Civic Society will be holding a Ghost Walk on Saturday, February 24, following the success of the last one in November.

Organiser Peter Martin promises plenty of spooky tales for each area of the tour - from beheaded bishops to the story of missing Sarah-Jane, and the policeman who is still said to be lurking the area looking for her since 1868.

The tour will move through the town centre and eventually end in the Railway Tavern, where more ghostly tales are based.

Peter and the three other tour guides will be dressed in Victorian attire as they lead the way and relay the tales.

Peter said: “It’s mostly for fun and entertainment, children are welcome as none of the stories are too spooky.

“We had around 50 people attend the last walk so we thought we’d arrange another.”

The hour and a half tour is free, and will start in Queen’s Gardens at 6:30pm.

Those joining are asked to meet at Belgo in Queen’s Garden beside the north entrance to the Glades at 6:15pm.


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