Literary Locations #21: Bromley House Library

Literary Locations #21: Bromley House Library

It’s a big year for Bromley House Library with over half a million pounds being spent on roof and structural repair. Currently on a Heritage At Risk register, the library received a grant of £385,000 from Historic England towards the cost of repairing the 267-year-old...
Libraries Week Special: Bromley House

Libraries Week Special: Bromley House

Bromley House was built in 1752, for Sir George Smith, a member of the famous Smith family behind the country’s first private bank (now a NatWest in the Market Square, sandwiched between Burger King and a Wetherspoons). Smith named the building Bromley House after his...