Bromley Borough Local History Society

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Membership of the Society

Why Join?

The Society was formed in 1974 so that anyone with an interest in any part of the Borough of Bromley could meet to exchange information and learn more about its history.

History is continually being made and at the same time destroyed, buildings are altered or demolished, memories fade and people pass away, records get burnt or thrown in the bin. We aim, in co-operation with the local history library, museums and other relevant organisations to make sure at least some of this history is preserved for future generations.

Meetings are held at 7.45 pm on the first Tuesday of each month from September to July, usually in the Small Hall, Trinity United Reform Church, Freelands Road, Bromley (see the What's On page for details). There is parking available, bus services nearby and facilities for the disabled.

In addition to a reduced cost for meetings and excursions, Members receive a copy of Bromleag magazine four times a year with articles on the history of various parts of the Borough, together with news and details of additional events.

The Cost

Fees are payable annually on1st January to the Membership Secretary. Charges are as follows:

  Individual £10.50
  Couple £12.00
  Senior Individual £ 8.00
  Senior Couple £10.00
  Corporate Membership £12.00

Memberships commencing after 30th June are half these rates.

Click here for an application form.

Alternatively, why not come along to the next meeting and if you like us, you can join there!

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