Some Facilities and Features in Jubilee Country Park 

The Nature Trail: This was set up in 2004 and has been updated in 2017. The nature trail can be downloaded as a PDF file here. Download Nature Trail 
Alternatively free copies of the Nature Trail route may be obtained from Petts Wood Library or Bromley Central Library or from the Countryside & Parks Service at High Elms Country Park, Shire Lane,Farnborough, BR6 7JH. Friends contributed both photographs & information for this publication.

A Permanent Orienteering Course: This was set up in 2009 and kindly funded by local charity Give2Give. Maps for the course, which is regularly used by Scouts & participants in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme can be downloaded as a PDF file here. Download Orienteering Map.

Ponds supporting rare wildlife: There were four seasonal ponds in Jubilee Park. A fifth pond was created in 2009 funded by a grant from Veolia. This has been named Ray’s Pond. An additional pond was created in 2016 to help with flooding on the meadow and walkway from the run-off of the school playing field. this has been named Jennie's pond in acknowledgement of the contribution Jennie Randall has made to help conserve the park over the years.

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