What's On  

We are sorry that owing to the Coronavirus outbreak the Health Walk, the Conservation Work Party and all Walks & Talks have been cancelled until further notice.  


Information will be posted on the website and on noticeboards in the Park as soon as they resume. 


Please keep an eye out for changes or cancellations.  Walks may be cancelled in the event of bad weather.
To contact us on the day of the event, please call 07840 542261.

August 2020

Monday 17th  Visit to Jeskyns Country Park and the surrounding area  Jeskyns was previously a farm but is now a large open area with new wildlife habitats including a wildflower meadow, glades, a newly planted wood and an orchard with over 900 different varieties of cherry, plum, apple and pear trees.    
Jeskyns is 20 miles from Petts Woos via the M25 and is situated off the A2 dual carriageway at the Sole Street/Gravesend junction, along Henhurst Road, Gravesend DA12 3AN.  OS Grid Ref TQ 660699.  
The car park is on the left.  Parking £3.  
Please meet at 11.30 in the café.   Take a picnic to eat in the picnic area, or alternatively have lunch in the café.   For more information please call 07733 04248.

Date to be confirmed  ‘A Walk in The Park at Dusk’  Sue Holland, Senior Community Ranger with idverde, will tell us about the animals that come out after dark then take us on a walk around the Park to hear the sounds of the night.  Meet at 8pm at Blackbrook Lane car park, BR2 8AY, next to Bromley High School.  The walk will not take place in bad weather so please call 07733 004248 on the day to check.

September 2020

Thursday 17th   ‘Behind the Scenes at Foal Farm’  Aimee Howe will tell us how they care for the animals at Foal Farm animal rescue centre, a charity that relies entirely on voluntary contributions. Their aim is to take in as many sick, distressed and unwanted pets as possible and to restore them to health and happiness.   Meet in the Garden Room, St. Augustine's Church, Southborough Lane, Bromley BR2 8AT at 2.30pm.  Doors will open at 2pm.  Refreshments will be served before the start of the talk.   Entry is free but a donation of £3 towards the cost of running the event and the work of the Friends would be welcomed.

Other Events:

Local events organised by the RSPB can be found on their website here.

Links to Walk Experiences

Bill Welch, one of our regular walkers, has made illustrated notes of some of the walks on his blog. If you would like a taste of what is to come then follow the links.

History Walk: by Bill Welch:  April 18, 2011

A Stroll round Southborough by Bill Welch:  March 24, 2011

Small Mammals by Bill Welch:  February 13, 2011

Bat and Moth walk by Bill Welch: July 2017

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