Unique buildings to take part in Open House weekend despite lack of Bromley Council funding (From News Shopper)
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Unique buildings to take part in Open House weekend despite lack of Bromley Council funding
A PAIR of unique buildings will be open to the public this weekend despite a lack of Bromley Council funding.
St George’s RAF Chapel of Remembrance and a wartime dispersal area at Biggin Hill Airport will be open for tours on Saturday and Sunday (September 21 and 22) thanks to the efforts of Chapel staff and South London Air Scouts, even though they are not featured in the official Open House London programme.
Scouts’ air adviser Ian Piper said: “From previous years we know that hundreds of Bromley residents enjoy these tours and attend whatever the weather.
“So despite lack of official sponsorship, we are determined to give the public what they want.”
Over 600 buildings across the capital will be open for Open House London this weekend. Go to Londonopenhouse.org
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