Blue Plaques in Bromley Borough

Blue Plaque Bromley Borough Walks, 2017

A series of free public walks led by members of Environment Bromley, viewing all 39 Blue Plaques within the London Borough of Bromley during September and October 2017.

Details of Blue Plaque Bromley Borough Walks 2017

 

Walks MiniGuides

Author: Ralph Palfrey, 020 8460 7215

This information pack, price £1.00, and the following seven mini-guides, price 10p each, can be collected from 51 Glanville Road, Bromley, BR2 9LN

Crystal Palace: Crystal Palace Station circular, 2.7 miles, 4 plaques (Crystal Palace Museum open on Saturdays and Sundays)

Beckenham and Anerley: Zizzis (traditionally The Three Tuns) to Croydon Road, A213, 4.8 or 5.2 miles linear, 8 plaques

Bromley Town and Shortlands: Central Library to Westmoreland Road, 5.4 miles linear, 9 plaques

– also Shortlands: Shortlands Station circular, 2.7 miles, 5 plaques

Chislehurst and Petts Wood: Chislehurst Station to Petts Wood Station, 5.2 miles linear, 7 plaques

– also Chislehurst and Mottingham: Chislehurst Station to Grove Park Station, 4 miles linear, 4 plaques

Hayes, Bromley Common & Southborough: Hayes Street to Southborough Lane, 3.2 miles linear, 3 plaques

– and a description of Hitlers V-1 and V-2 revenge weapons

– and Petts Wood and Southborough: Petts Wood Station to Southborough Lane, 4 miles linear, 3 plaques

– and Petts Wood and Chislehurst: Petts Wood Station to Chislehurst Station, 3.8 miles linear, 2 plaques

Orpington & Chelsfield: Priory Gardens entrance to Chelsfield R3 bus stop, 2.4 miles linear, 2 plaques

– and Chelsfield & Cudham: R3 bus stop Chelsfield to The Blacksmiths Arms, Cudham, 4 miles linear, 2 plaques

Biggin Hill, Downe & Farnborough: RAF Chapel of Remembrance (open 11am to 4pm daily, except Tuesdays) to Farnborough High Street, 5 miles linear, 3 plaques

– also Biggin Hill and Keston: RAF Chapel of Remembrance (open 11am to 4pm daily, except Tuesdays) to Towerfields, 3.5 miles linear, 3 plaques

– and a description of Battle of Britain Day, 15 September 1940, and its consequences

Caution: The seven mini-guides are printed on heavier grade paper for durability. However, the ink is water-soluble. It is recommended that in wet weather the guide should be kept within its transparent folder. Replacement copies of individual mini-guides are available price 10p.

List of Recipients of Blue Plaques in Bromley Borough

 

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