The Astley Day Centre summer fete saw hundreds of people treated to sun, burgers and ice cream.
The event, in Magpie Hall Lane on Saturday (August 2), included Pets as Therapy and a reptile tent.
The St John's Ambulance and fire engines also made appearances, while a fashion contest and bouncy castle kept everyone who attended entertained.
Nathan and Georgia Monks, 10 and 6, with Marlow, a dog from Pets as Therapy
Andrew Blake, day services manager for Bromley borough, said: "It went really well - it was like a village fare. The weather held off and we raised £1600.
"Lots of people had a good time - what was good was that it was open to the whole community."
David Compton, 15, Damian O'Grady, 13, from 228 Bromley Squadron Air Training Corps, with rescued reptiles, Bruce and Slinky
For more information on Astley Day Centre, which provides services for adults with learning disabilities, call 020 8467 2732.
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