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Green Street Green is a locality in the London Borough of Bromley at grid reference TQ455635. It forms part of the Orpington post town. The nearest railway station is Chelsfield railway station, to the north east. The name originates from La Grenestrete c.1290, meaning the green or grassy hamlet. It is recorded as Greenstreet Green in 1819, the addition of the suffix Green, referring to a village green. Green Street Green Primary School is located in the area[1] The village did not historically form a parish of its own, instead forming part of the parishes of Farnborough and Chelsfield.[2] Contents 1 The Parish Church 2 Green Street Green Baptist Church 3 Notable residents 4 Pubs, Restaurants and coffee houses 5 Links 6 References The Parish Church Green Street Green falls under the Parish of Green Street Green and Pratt's Bottom. The Parish Church is St Mary's Green Street Green. It was built in the early 20th century and recently underwent some work on both inside and out to make it more accessible. The church plays an important role in the village, with many of the local schools' governors regularly attending it. The church's creative art group recently created a willow structure, placed on the top of the church, in the shape of a man reaching to the heavens, which has been a large attraction to the church. The church's worship group is recording a CD of its work and will be leading worship in Rochester Cathedral later in 2009. The church is in the diocese of Rochester. The vicar is Reverend Karl Carpani. Green Street Green Baptist Church Green Street Green's local baptist church, know by members as "The Green" is a pivotal part of the local community. They hold a lot of youth events such as the popular worship event "Encounter" as well as doing a lot of work within the community with the young people from St Mary's Church in an initiative called "Liberation". Notable residents Gary Rhodes[citation needed] John Pressdee, founder of Prayer Expeditions, pastor of Green Street Green Baptist Church. Karl Carpani, Vicar of St Mary's Church, Green Street Green. Pubs, Restaurants and coffee houses Green Steet Green has a number of Pubs, Restaurants and coffee houses. The Bombay (Curry House) is an award winning Indian Restaurant. Belmondo, formerly named Spoons, is a brilliant Coffee House loved by all the locals and is also known for the attractive waiting staff. Links Green Street Green Circular Walk /Web link References ^ Mills, A., Dictionary of London Place Names, (2001) ^ Bartholomew, J., Gazetteer of the British Isles, (1887) v · d · eLondon Borough of Bromley Districts Anerley · Beckenham · Bickley · Biggin Hill · Bromley · Bromley Common · Chislehurst · Downe · Elmstead · Farnborough · Hayes · Keston · Leaves Green · Mottingham · Orpington · Penge · Petts Wood · Pratt's Bottom · Shortlands · Southborough · St Mary Cray · St Paul's Cray · West Wickham Attractions Bromley Museum · Chislehurst Caves · Churchill Theatre · Crofton Roman Villa · Crystal Palace · Down House · Betts Park Constituencies Beckenham · Bromley and Chislehurst · Lewisham West & Penge · Orpington Other topics People · Public art · Schools Parks and open spaces in Bromley Coordinates: 51°21′07″N 0°05′17″E / 51.35195°N 0.08805°E / 51.35195; 0.08805 This London location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e