Itâs been a busy summer in Bromley Borough as as autumn sets in, it looks like the same will be true for the forthcoming season. There are so many highlights coming up, so there's lots to keep you posted about. A few Sundays ago on 1st September, we saw the finale to Bromley Town Centreâs highly successful High Street Garden. The artificial lawn has been a great success for the town, attracting huge numbers - footfall at the event saw a 24% increase on the previous Sunday and a 33% increase on the same Sunday last year. Many families ventured into the town centre to enjoy the activities, entertainment and the weather! Turning our heads to Bromley North Village, if youâre wondering whatâs happening with the works, there is an update meeting this coming Monday 23rd September 6pm in Texas Jacks Restaurant, 238 High Street. Works are now well & truly underway, with expected completion in November 2014. There will be discussions at the meeting regarding the schedule of works and the project team are available to answer any questions. For any further information, please do visit the website at www.bromley.gov.uk/bromleynorthvillage On Thursday 26th September in Bromley Town Centre, the Bromley Business GrowthCLUB in partnership with Action Coach are running a free Business Workshop entitled âSix steps to a better business". These workshops are run as part of and are sponsored by the Mayor of Londonâs Outer London Fund. To register or for more information please visit www.bromley.gov.uk/businessgrowthclub. Additional workshops will be run later in the year in partnership with the Bromley North Village Town Team. And just another heads up on further activity taking place, a series of meetings is being hosted by the Borough under the title of âBuilding a Better Bromley Public Meetings'. These are being held across the borough to talk about the impact on the Council and its services of the much publicised cuts in government funding. The Council faces having to make budget savings of more than Â£55 million over the next four years, so discussions around this and public awareness is key. For meeting dates and venues please visit www.bromley.gov.uk/publicmeetings or you can also give your views by writing to the Civic Centre, BR1 3UH, email to Leader@bromley.gov.uk, on Twitter@LBofBromley andfacebook.com/LBBromley. And finally, in the lead up to Remembrance Sunday, the town centre will once again be decorated with giant poppies, kindly sponsored by OâRourke Contracting PLC and Gristwood & Toms, in the 2 weeks leading up to Remembrance Sunday. So thereâs much happening in and around Bromley Borough over the next couple of months. Weâll keep you posted of any further updates but do let us know if thereâs anything else weâve missed!