Bromley Civic Society stage heritage walks for Civic Day

PUBLISHED: 07:00 07 June 2018

The walks will inform visitors about the town's heritage. Picture: Google

The walks will inform visitors about the town's heritage. Picture: Google


Bromley Civic Society is contributing to Civic Day by staging four heritage walks around Bromley Town Centre on Saturday, June 16.

Civic Day, with the slogan “I care about where I live”, is a nationwide event organised by Civic Voice.

All four walks are free and each will take about 90 minutes.

They will start and finish in The Glades at the north end upper level near Boots.

There will be a display there about the heritage of Bromley and more details about the work of the society.

The idea is to engage and inform visitors about the town’s rich heritage of architecture and green spaces and the stories that can be told about the characters that lived there in the past.

The four walks are:

9.30am - Bromley Palace and Park

Noon - Bromley’s Green Spaces, Parks and Gardens

2pm - Victorian Bromley (Arts and Crafts, HG Wells)

4pm - Pathways of the Past

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