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Bromley shopping centre holds ‘junior doctors’ event

PUBLISHED: 07:00 31 July 2018 | UPDATED: 09:22 31 July 2018

Bromley�s junior doctor training includes small intestine limbo. Picture: Simon Armstrong

Bromley�s junior doctor training includes small intestine limbo. Picture: Simon Armstrong

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The Glades Shopping Centre in High Street, Bromley, are recrutining “junior doctors” for a special operation.

Children can become medical professionals at The Glades� free event �Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes: A Journey Through the Human Body� until August 22. Picture: Simon ArmstrongChildren can become medical professionals at The Glades� free event �Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes: A Journey Through the Human Body� until August 22. Picture: Simon Armstrong

The shopping centre is looking for Bromley’s mini-medical masterminds of the future to be the first in the country to go on a heart-thumping journey around the human body this summer.

Brought by the team that produced 2017’s award-winning space bonanza Kids on the Moon, The Glades is once again injecting the summer with shopping centre entertainment like no other, this time treating children and their families to the UK exclusive of “Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes: A Journey Through the Human Body” until Wednesday August 22.

The centre’s marketing manager Craig Higgins said: “If you’ve ever wondered what happens underneath the skin, then Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes at The Glades is the ideal opportunity to find out.”

Although free to attend, tickets must be booked from the events page on The Glades’ website at www.theglades.co.uk.

One young student graduates from medical school at The Glades. Picture: Simon ArmstrongOne young student graduates from medical school at The Glades. Picture: Simon Armstrong

Tours of the body will take place from Monday to Friday at intervals from 10.30am to 3.30pm.

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