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24: Former School of Science and Art (now the Clock House)
A stop on the Bromley North Village heritage trail
The original building was designed by John Sulman and built in 1878 by J C Arnauld at a cost of £3,000
The School of Science and Art stands opposite the Edwardian Town Hall. The building was extended in 1894 to provide the town's first library. It is now a private residential building.
Did you know?
The external relief terracotta panels include representations of science and art and the white horse motif, a reminder that Bromley was a part of Kent until 1965. The school was privately run then passed to the Local Board in 1892. The building was extended in 1894 to provide Bromley's first library.
Walk to the junction of Tweedy Road and Widmore Road and turn right.