Bromley Borough Local History Society

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Meetings of BBLHS - 2017

Unless otherwise stated, we meet on the first Tuesday of the month (except in August) at 7.45 pm in the Small Hall at the Trinity United Reform Church at the junction of Freelands Road and Upper Park Road, Bromley, BR1 3AQ.
For a map of the area, click here.  Click here for details of Members' Events and here for Other Events of interest.

The hall has a small car park and free off-street parking. Buses 162, 269 and 314 pass near by: nearest bus stops are Freelands Road and St. Joseph's Church. There are facilities for the disabled. Nearest stations: Bromley North and Bromley South.

At most meetings tea and coffee are available as well as our bookstall where you can browse and buy
unusual and rare local and general history books at very moderate prices.

Non-members of all ages are very welcome to join us. You are invited to make a contribution of £1
towards the cost of the meeting.

For more information on

how to find us,
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Tuesday 3rd October

Exploring Archives - a look at what archives are - what material they contain and how to preserve them - and where to find them, both by visiting and on-line. In particular, the speaker will look at the Chelsfield Community Archive.

Pam Temple

Friday 13th October at 1400 - Special Afternoon Meeting

As an experiment, we will be having an extra afternoon meeting for members. Usual meeting place - different time!

This will also differ from our usual presentations and be an opportunity for discussion on a) our project for recording local parks and open spaces and b) any items you have or research you are undertaking and would like some help, advice or suggestions. It will be quite informal with a cup of tea provided.

If you would like to bring a friend along to introduce them to "Local History", that would be most welcome.

Tuesday 7th November

Richamal Crompton and Bromley - the author of the Just William books and her connection to Bromley.

Ruth Bennett

Tuesday 5th December

Digitising the history of Beckenham

Ian Muir

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