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Welcome to our Village

Pratts Bottom is a small village in the London Borough of Bromley with a thriving community. The village has a Primary School, Chapel, Pub and many societies and clubs that meet in the Village Hall.

The Village is named after the Pratt family from the 14th century. Until the 1830s the village was on the toll road from London to Hastings and was the haunt of smugglers and highwaymen. Dick Turpin used to drink in the village pub.

In more recent times Pratts Bottom has featured in the ITV drama Mr Bates vs The Post Office!

Fate of the Fete Meeting

was a huge success and we now have a committed team of volunteers to carry on with our FETE next year

It's on

Saturday 10 May 2025

The fete this year supported the Safe Haven Animal Rescue, St Cristopher's Hospice and The Maypole Project

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Monthly Litter Pick

First Saturday every month at 11am

Friends of Pratts Bottom Common meet on the Village Green for a monthly litter pick. Please do join if you can spare an hour to help keep our village clean.

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Big Bromley
Brush Up
Summer Spruce-Up

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A year-round campaign to make our borough an even cleaner, greener and safer place to live, work and visit.

Thursday 20 June until Wednesday 17 July

Do something practical and positive. Report things that need attention, organise a litter pick, look after our green spaces, report footpath problems and join an organised activities.


More details: Big Bromley Brush Up webpage.

NEW Village Defibrillators

Two defibrillators have now been installed in the village.

One outside 

The Bulls Head

and one outside

The Village Hall  

The access code is 


This has been a combined effort from The Resident's Association, The Village Hall and Friends of the Green as well support from

The Bulls Head and

The London Hearts Charity.

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If  you find litter, graffiti, fly tipping, broken paving slabs, or street lighting problems, please report them to Bromley Council using the link. 

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