Queens Gardens transforms into open air cinema for Your Bromley in partnership with The Glades Midsummer Movies Event

PUBLISHED: 07:00 22 August 2018

Over 3,300 people visited Queens Gardens recently to enjoy a series of movies. Picture: Simon Armstrong

Over 3,300 people visited Queens Gardens recently to enjoy a series of movies. Picture: Simon Armstrong


More than 3,300 people visited Queens Gardens recently to enjoy a series of movies, kicking off with a screening of the Bromley Boys.

A big screen was setup for visitors, along with deckchairs and delicious gourmet food. A bar was also provided by Belgos and Joe’s Kitchen, ensuring a day full of entertainment for the community.

Over £1000 was raised for the Royal British Legion and Bromley Community Fund.

Craig Higgins, the Marketing Manager for The Glades said: “We are always delighted to support Your Bromley in these fantastic events, the whole park was lit up with images and sounds from the movies, bringing more people than ever into the event.”

Frances Forrest, BID Manager for Your Bromley, added: “We were delighted that so many people came out to enjoy the event for a second year.”


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