Come and chat with us about what help you need to make your life a little greener.
Community-powered and very welcoming; in The Hub you can:
- Be inspired by changes you can make at home or work
- Receive practical advice
- Learn a skill by joining a talk or workshop
- Borrow equipment from Bromley Library of Things
- Find information on community groups, apps and local schemes
- Leave us your feedback
- Ask questions on how to get involved.
We are here to help you. This is a no judgement curiosity zone for people who want to learn, start or continue to make meaningful changes to fight climate change, reduce their carbon footprint and above all, not feel alone doing so.
The Hub is located upstairs on the upper mall of The Glades shopping centre, Bromley. We’re next door to Waterstones, HMV and opposite The Entertainer.
Nearest stations Bromley South & Bromley North
Bus Stops U & V on Elmfield Rd 314, 358, 261, 320, 208, 126, 162, 336, 638, 352, 138, 61, 367, 119, 146, 246
Parking in the Glades can be accessed from Kentish Way or Glades Place off Widmore Rd. (Parking shuts 30 mins after shops close). We encourage the use of public transport wherever possible.
What3Words for The Glades Entrance https://w3w.co/storm.ranges.origin
What3Words for parking https://w3w.co/slate.preoccupied.critic
For an event or a chat, we’d love to see you
- Monday – 10am-6pm
- Tuesday and Wednesday – Closed
- Thursday – 10am-6pm
- Friday – 10am-6pm
- Saturday – 10am-6pm
- Sunday – 11am-5pm
The Hub is an exciting space for people to come and learn more about how we can make a positive difference from the comfort of our homes, schools, businesses and wider communities, all whilst improving wellbeing and reducing costs.
Regular mending and puncture repair workshops take place every week as well as a wide range of workshops, crafts and talks. Keep up to date with all the events – there are lots!
Join the team
We are always looking for volunteers who would be interested in helping us in The Hub. No prior experience is needed and full training will be given. Commit to as little as one hour, one shift a week, or holiday cover; you can always pop in to The Hub for a chat about what is involved. If you’re interested in volunteering, apply today.
The Hub is a pilot to provide a blueprint for sustainability hubs across the UK. Read more about our ground-breaking research supported by Imperial College London. Or listen to our founder, Parisa Wright, and Chief Strategy Officer Clare Searle, speaking to Property X-Change with Dr Richard Carmichael, Imperial College London, talking about the big ideas behind The Hub.
Aviva, Trust payments, Selby Holdings, Brewers, Accord Consulting, The Glades, Bromley Council, Friends of the Earth, Co-op, SimplicityFirst coaching, Parker Scott Estate Agents, Embrace Outdoor/ PTP, Rotary in Bromley Borough
Susy Bramer, Fritha Ryan, Stephanie Jarrett, Parisa and Tom Danvers, Stephen Sangster, Paul Ready, Peter and Jilla Wright, Maria Staines, Patricia Spedding, Emilie MacMullen, Clare Searle, Joanna Friel, Lynn Searle, Jilla Wright, Elizabeth Torman, Gillian Fiumicelli, Susan Mayo, Rachel Wallis, Gillian Clegg, Danielle Wilson, Philippa Foster, Kevin Withane, Liam Bambridge, Angela Hulm, Rachel Millington, Karen Bell, Tina Boye-Dias, Tamasin Rhymes, Charlotte English, Jess Farrand, Joss and Briony Alcraft, Andrew Lock, Tom Watson, Dan Sloan, Alya Gribi, Sarah Bull, Andrea Greenslade, Sandy Goddard, Laura Gardener.
The Hub hosts Bromley’s Library of Things. The Library of Things helps residents to save money and reduce waste by affordably renting out a mine of useful equipment from PA systems to carpet cleaners and drills. Borrow top quality household items rather than buying them saving you money and space – win win!
3 easy steps:
1. Register 2. Reserve 3. Collect
You can register and reserve in advance, or while you’re stood in The Hub. It’s that easy.
All items are checked and maintained once a week by our friendly engineer.