Bromley was first recorded as Braembelege in around 1000, taking it’s name from the Old English for a woodland clearing or “leah” where brambles grew. 26 more words
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Castle Bromwich, UK: A Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe can be seen bursting out of the walls of Jaguar Land Rover’s Castle Bromwich manufacturing plant, celebrating the recent reveal of the new car in Los Angeles & Tokyo. 267 more words
This is Byron House in Beckenham.
It stands in a row with two identical architectural tributes to British Literature: Blake House and Keats House.
I suspect Lord Byron would be thrilled by the London Borough of Bromley’s complete lack of taste and intelligence. 58 more words
Bromley’s first and last game in this season’s FA Trophy came at Ebbsfleet United’s Stonebridge Road ground last Saturday.
The Trophy is a competition that Bromley have not really done particularly well in since I started supporting the team, although it has brought some of the more memorable matches such as trips to Crawley Town and Swindon Supermarine. 320 more words