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The first record of Bromley is in an Anglo Saxon charter dated 862. The town is noted as ‘Bromleag’ meaning ‘wood clearing where broom grows’. This etymology is shared with Great Bromley in Essex but not Bromley in east London. Bromley was an important coaching stop on the way to Hastings from London and the (now defunct) Royal Bell Hotel (just off Market Square in Bromley High Street) is mentioned in Jane Austin’s Pride and Prejudice. Despite its popularity, Bromley remained a rural village until the arrival of the railway in Bromley in 1858.

Bromley became a part of Greater London in 1965 with the creation of the London Borough of Bromley. Today, it is one of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London Plan with Bromley having one of the highest gross disposable incomes in the UK.

Bromley High Street includes a large, pedestrianised retail area and The Glades shopping centre. It is also the location for the Bromley Charter Market, which runs on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Bromley town centre is served by 2 railway stations, Bromley South and Bromley North, as well as numerous TFL bus routes connecting Bromley to all surrounding areas.

Bromley has a number of theatres in the borough, but Bromley Town centre is home to the well-known Churchill Theatre, which was opened by the Prince of Wales in 1977.

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