Cartwright Pickard Architects, 2022
Clockwise, Bromley Old Town Hall, Bromley, BR1 3FE
We are a newly opened workspace within the Old Town Hall estate - we've created a workspace that blends modern working with the heritage features of the building.
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Bromley Old Town Hall has been painstaking restored and repurposed to include private workspace and coworking for up to 750 members, a restaurant and bar by Dorothy & Marshall and a 23 room boutique hotel, BRAMA.
housing, online, retail, restaurant/bar, walk/tour
Starting at the Exhibition 'Historic Bromley Town' taking place on the Lower Mall of The Glades, the tour tells the story of Bromley's phenomenal growth in the late 19thC showing how the town progressed from a rural market town to suburb in about 20 yrs.
Founded to house the widows of clergymen, the original building consisted of 20 houses built around a classically-styled quadrangle. Captain Richard Ryder – one of Sir Christopher Wren's surveyors – was in charge of design and construction.
Captain Richard Ryder, 1666
A walk around the streets that the young Herbert George Wells knew when he was growing up and wrote about in his autobiography. You will get a flavour of Bromley in its Victorian heyday - all in the words of the author of the 'Time Machine'
Ernest Newton, Berner & son, 1898
art in the public realm
A new installation of Bromley’s Battle of Britain lace panel is now on display in the Central library and forms part of Bromley Historic Collections. Join us for a talk on the restoration process and specialist textile conservation.
Take a tour around Bromley Archives. The archive store itself is normally closed to the public and visitors will be allowed access within this space and a look at some of the items that we have in our collection.
Aneurin John/Ken Wilson, 1977
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