Bromley Data Recovery
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- Fixed pricing on recovery (You know what you are paying - no nasty surprises).
- Quick recovery turnaround at no extra cost. (Our average recovery time is 2 days).
- Memory card chip reading services (1st in the UK to offer this service).
- Raid recoding service (Specialist service for our business customers who have suffered a failed server rebuild).
- Our offices are 100% UK based and we never outsource any recovery work.
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- Bromley is located in the London Borough of Bromley, Greater London, England.
- The Bromley town centre is located in the BR1 postcode district and Bromley is 9.3 miles or 15 km south east of Charing Cross
- Bromley is historically a market town that was chartered in 1158
- As of 2018, Bromley has a total population of 332,733 people
- Bromley was a quiet rural village until 1858 when the railway arrived in Shortlands, leading to rapid growth and outlying suburban districts
- Bromley significantly increased in population and became incorporated as a municipal borough in 1903 as part of the suburban development of London in the 20th century
- In 1965, Bromley became a part of the new Greater London and in the new London Borough of Bromley
- The town of Bromley is initially recorded in a charter of 862 as Bromleag, which is translated to mean woodland clearing where the broom grows
- Bromley used to be an ancient parish in the county of Kent known as Bromley St Peter and St Paul located in the Bromley and Beckenham hundred and the Sutton-at-Hone lathe of Kent
- Bromley's historical story is connection with the See of Rochester, where in AD 862, the King of Kent gave land to form the Manor of Bromley
- The Manor of Bromley was owned by the Bishops of Rochester until 1845, when Coles Child, who was a wealthy philanthropist and local merchant, bought Bromley Palace (which is now the hub of Bromley Civic Centre), and became the lord of the manor
- Bromley town used to be a vital coach stop on the journey to Hastings from London
- The presently defunct Royal Bell Hotel off Market Square in Bromley is quoted in notable author, Jane Austen’s book, Pride and Prejudice
- Bromley Common was constructed to make space for residents that wanted to live conveniently close enough to London
- A 1735 match on Bromley Common between London Cricket Club and a Kent side was one of the initial definite mentions of the Bromley area in connection to cricket. Kent won the game by 10 wickets after scoring 9/0 against the London team’s 73/32. The cricket match in Bromley was an iconic one, with reports stating that a large crowd attended the match and mischief led to panicked horses that threw riders off and rode over some members of the crowd
- The Bromley common was frequently used for cricket matches up to a dozen times from 1735 to 1752, which was a time period that coincides with the Bromley Cricket Club boasting one of the strongest teams in England at the time during the career of Robert Colchin
- The last believed iconic cricket match to have been played at Bromley Common was between Bromley and London on June 30, 1752
- Some examples of notable people from Bromley include Richmal Crompton, who was the author of Just William, and the lived in Cherry Orchard Road in Bromley. Another iconic figure from Bromley is Major-General Charles W. Norman, who was a British Army officer.
Wards in Bromley
- Biggin Hill
- Bromley Common & Keston
- Bromley Town
- Chelsfield & Pratts Bottom
- Clock House
- Copers Cope
- Cray Valley East
- Cray Valley West
- Crystal Palace
- Farnborough & Crofton
- Hayes & Coney Hall
- Kelsey & Eden Park
- Mottingham & Chislehurst North
- Penge & Cator
- Petts Wood & Knoll
- Plaistow & Sundridge
- West Wickham
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