Our Bromley lecture meetings are held at Bromley Methodist Church, BR1 3NS, on the second Wednesday of each month at 8pm. The church has disabled access and facilities.
Please note that entry to our meetings is at the rear of the church, through the church car park off North Street. The front doors (on College Road) will be locked.
Parking is available at the church.
Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras are operating and visitors using the church car park will need to enter their car registration number on a tablet sited near the doors of the church. This must be done within 30 minutes of parking. Failure to do this will result in a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN).
Visitors are very welcome and our meetings are a good opportunity to find out more about the Centre. Admission is £5. Centre members with season tickets are admitted free of charge.
Wednesday 14 September 2022
'The 1950's Look' by Mike Harris.
Please see car parking notice above.
Wednesday 12 October 2022
'Impressions of the Seine' by Peter Jenkins.
Wednesday 9 November 2022
'The Tools of the Trade' by Russell Bowes.
Wednesday 14 December 2022
'Christmas Miscellany' by Ian Bevan.
Buses terminating at Bromley North (61, 119, 138, 146, 246, 269, 352, 354 & 367 but not 227) stop directly opposite the church (announced as 'West Street'). Return buses on all these routes (including 227) depart from Bromley North station.
Buses 126, 261, 314 & 336 stop in West Street (at Sainsbury's) northbound and at Bromley North southbound.
Buses 208, 227, 320 & 358 stop in the High Street (near Market Square) and Widmore Road (announced as 'Bromley Town Hall') in both directions.
Bus 162 is less convenient, stopping nearest in Kentish Way (announced as 'Bromley Civic Centre') and Widmore Road (east of Kentish Way) in both directions.
From Bromley North station it is 5 minutes walk to the church.
From Bromley South station the church is 15 minutes walk up the High Street or cross the High Street for any bus except 162, buses terminating at Bromley North are ideal as they stop opposite the church.