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It would be good to see a good turnout at this club, who assist Bromley CAMRA by letting us store our London Drinkers on their premises. It is located very close to Petts Wood Station. Bus users should use the high frequency 208 route and alight at Queensway/Petts Wood Station. Local routes R3 and R7 also pass along Queensway, and there are other routes within comfortable walking distance.
Please ensure that you bring your CAMRA card since it is required for access.
This pub is a short walk from the Royal British Legion Club. For those joining the social here, the pub is close to Petts Wood railway station, and can also be reached by the 208 bus from Central Bromley or Orpington. The 273, R2, R3 and R7 routes also pass close by. In all cases, alight at Petts Wood Station.
One in the Wood was Bromley’s first micropub having opened in 2014 on a site previously occupied by a wine bar. It has won an array of CAMRA awards, including Greater London CAMRA Pub of the Year in 2015.
This pub is a short walk from One Inn The Wood.
This pub is close to Petts Wood railway station, and can also be reached by the 208 bus from Central Bromley or Orpington. The 273, R2, R3 and R7 routes also pass close by. Alight at Petts Wood Station.
The building is grade II listed, and is also on CAMRA’s pub heritage inventory. For further details click here.
The pub is adjacent to Birkbeck station which is served by Tramlink (from Croydon) and rail services (from London Bridge), both of which terminate at Beckenham Junction. Bus travellers should use the high-frequency route 356 (Sydenham to Eden Park) and alight at Birkbeck station. Route 354 (Bromley North to Penge) can also be used, alighting at the same stop, but this route is less frequent.
Bromley CAMRA members who are not on the committee are always welcome to attend committee meetings. Non-committee
members planning to attend a meeting may request the Secretary (email@example.com) to prepare and print a pack of relevant committee papers to be made available at the meeting.
A return visit to this popular festival, whereby the normal range of beers is augmented by a good selection of more unusual cask ales which are set up on stillage to the side of the pub.
The pub – which faces Beckenham War Memorial – can be reached using one of several buses that pass along Beckenham High Street, including routes 54, 227, 354 and 367. Alight at Beckenham War Memorial. Alternatively Beckenham Junction railway and tram station is about ten minutes walk away.
What better way to get the excesses of Xmas out of the system than by joining our annual brisk walk between some of the best pubs in Bromley North! Our event starts at the Freelands Tavern
The pub is located a short walk away from Bromley North Station/bus terminal and the Market Square.
This pub is a short walk from the Freelands Tavern.
The pub was Bromley CAMRA’s pub of the year in 2012 (and is currently a joint runner-up) and is also the only pub to have been featured in every edition of the Good Beer Guide since Bromley CAMRA reformed in 2011. It is located a short walk away from Bromley North Station/bus terminal and the Market Square.
This pub is a short walk from The Red Lion.
The pub, which is a well-maintained Shepherd Neame outlet is located a short walk away from Bromley North Station/bus terminal and the Market Square.
This pub is a short walk from the Anglesey Arms.
For those joining the social here, this pub is located directly opposite the main entrance to Bromley North station and very close to the Bromley North bus station.
This pub is a short walk from the Railway Tavern.
This excellent Fuller’s pub is close to the Market Square in the centre of Bromley, which is a few minutes walk from either Bromley North or Bromley South stations. Several bus routes pass close to the pub.