BBLHS was formed in 1974 so that those with an interest in the history of the people, events and places that make up London's largest borough could meet to exchange information and learn more about the long and fascinating story that makes up the London Borough of Bromley and all its constituent parts.
The OBJECTIVES of the Society are:
To promote interest in, and the study and preservation of, the history of the London Borough of Bromley and its predecessors.
Such history is defined as any event, object, document, building, area, individual or organisation which has at some time been located in or associated with the London Borough of Bromley or its predecessors.
This includes :
Anerley - Beckenham
Bickley - Biggin Hill
Bromley - Chelsfield Chislehurst - Coney Hall Cudham - Downe
Green Street Green - Hayes Keston - Leaves Green Mottingham - Orpington
Penge - Petts Wood
St. Mary Cray - St. Paul’s Cray Shortlands - Sundridge Park
Registered Charity No. 273 963
We meet once a month from September to July, usually on the first Tuesday of the month. See What's On for details of our meetings and special events. Our next meeting is in . Hope to see you there!
Why not tour the site? See lots of pictures! Maybe get help with your local history investigations,
or join the Society! Click on the menu on the left or an item below to see what's on offer!
How Bromley celebrated the end of World War II, 60 years ago.
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Message for BBLHS Members:
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We would really like to have your e-mail address so we can let you know about special events, changes to meetings or other urgent issues. Drop us a quick note, either direct to Tony Allnuttor using theContact Us page, then we can make sure you are on our list. Thanks!