Scadbury Park Nature Reserve lies on the eastern edge of Chislehurst, overlooking the valley of the River Cray.
Scadbury Park is a place for you to relax and unwind, exercise and clear your mind. If it’s history you’re after, we have a medieval manor estate, giving a fascinating insight into the Middle Ages’ heritage.
Scadbury Park is made up of over three hundred acres of beautiful countryside – free for the public to explore.
Scadbury forms part of a wildlife corridor linking to open countryside from Jubilee Country Park through Petts Wood and Scadbury, along the London Loop.
The Friends of Scadbury Park is made up of nearly three hundred members – making us one of the largest Community Friend groups in the Bromley Borough.
We work to enable residents and visitors to enjoy this wild and natural haven. Please, come and join us!
The Friends of Scadbury Park is a registered charity in England and Wales with the Charity Commission under number 1181218. We rely on generous donations and committed volunteers in order to protect biodiversity in the park, and in order to preserve the nature reserve for future generations.
Our target is to raise thirty thousand pounds over the next six months. Find out more at www.scadbury-park.org.uk/donate.