Bromley Civic Society to hold free heritage walk

PUBLISHED: 11:58 09 April 2018 | UPDATED: 11:58 09 April 2018

Colonnade in Bromley College. Picture: Bromley Civic Society

Colonnade in Bromley College. Picture: Bromley Civic Society


Bromley Civic Society is holding a free heritage walk to Bromley and Sheppard’s Colleges on Saturday, April 14.

Sheppard's College. Picture: Bromley Civic SocietySheppard's College. Picture: Bromley Civic Society

Starting at 10.30am outside the Railway Tavern opposite Bromley North Station, the walk will last about 90 minutes, and will involve walking through College Green into the grounds of Bromley College, where the 17th century buildings form a quiet oasis in Bromley North.

Walkers will then go through the two quadrangles of the main college, into the chapel, (1864) where there will be a brief talk about the college.

After this, the walk will continue to the grounds of Sheppard’s College (1840) and back to see some 200 year old graffiti on the wall of the main college.

Going through High Street to look at how the town grew in the late Victorian period, the walk will end in the Market Square.

The Star Garter in the High Street. Picture: Bromley Civic SocietyThe Star Garter in the High Street. Picture: Bromley Civic Society

Please contact the Bromley Civic Society via their website:


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