What shops are in the Glades Bromley?
Major stores within the centre include Marks & Spencer (also opening onto Bromley High Street), Debenhams, Boots, Waterstones, Zara, H&M, David Clulow, Game, Disney Store, New Look, Superdrug, Apple Store, Claire’s, Jack Wills and Tessuti. In all, there are 135 stores within The Glades.
Is the glades open?
Following the latest government announcement, we will be open for essential retail, as well as some Click & Collect and takeaway services. We’d like to reassure you that the wellbeing of our customers, colleagues and retailers remains our number one priority.
Why is Bromley in Kent?
Bromley was indeed once part of Kent. But that changed in 1965. Now, the reality is that the borough of Bromley was swallowed up by the expansion of Greater London 54 years ago. So, officially, Bromley is in south-east London.
How much is parking in Bromley?
|South Street (W/E only)||London Borough of Bromley||£1.20 / hour|
|The Hill||London Borough of Bromley||£1.20 / hour|
|Civic Centre multi-storey car park||London Borough of Bromley||£1.20 / hour|
|Bromley Station Road ( Bromley North / Town Centre) car park||London Borough of Bromley||£1.20 / hour|
What is open at Bluewater?
|BRAND||OPENING HOURS AND DETAILS|
|Smile Tech||Fully Open. Monday, Tuesday & Friday 10am to 7pm.Wednesday & Thursday 10am to 9pm. Saturday 9am to 7pm. Sunday 11am to 5pm.|
|Superdrug||Open. Mon – Sat 10am to 6pm. Sunday 11am to 5pm.|
|Sweets from Heaven||Click & Collect* only. Monday to Thursday 10am to 5pm.|
Is Bromley a rich area?
Bromley – It the head town of Bromley borough which is home to Intu shopping centre, a huge mall of everyone’s favourite high street shops and is a relatively affluent area.
Is Bromley posh?
Bromley is regarded as one of London’s safer boroughs and although (like any large area), crime does exist, the area is well policed. On the whole, the residents of Bromley feel happy and secure.
Is Bromley classed as London or Kent?
Bromley is historically a market town, and used to be an ancient parish in the county of Kent. But its population grew and became a significant commercial district outside of central London, and then formed part of Greater London in 1965.