Swanley Park Video
Swanley Park Spring Clean
Following the huge success of this year’s British Spring Clean in Swanley, we are writing to enquire as to whether you would be kind enough to assist us in giving Swanley Park a similar spruce up?
- Autumn/Winter/Spring 16:00
- Summer 20:00
(On busy days the Council reserves the right to close the Car-Parks later)
Parking Charges at Swanley Park
From 1 April 2020 the car park will have an Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) system. The charge for parking will be £3.00.
Swanley residents living within the Swanley Wards: White Oak, St Marys, Christ Church and Swanley Village can register to park for free by sending a copies of your V5 document, proof of Identity and address, or council tax bill 2020/2021.
Please note that Resident passes are not valid for events such as 1812 and Luna Cinema when the above charges will apply.
Please send a copy of your V5 document and driving licence to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also visit our FaceBook page for information.
Swanley Park Prices
Swanley Park is a beautifully undulating 60 acre park located between Swanley and Hextable which provides the biggest green lung of the parish and is one of the most popular and well used parks in the region.
The facilities have been developed over the last 30 years and the park is the envy of many other local authorities.
It attracts visitors from a wide area and is maintained to the highest standard by the excellent parks department.
Five separate parcels of land were originally acquired.
These areas had earlier been used for a variety of purposes one was part of a disused horticultural college, another area was an orchard and there were some old redundant buildings of a defunct farm.
The large boating lake that is so well established is man-made, which comes as a surprise to many people who believe it is a natural feature of the park.
More recent additions to the park are the paddling pool and watersplash area plus sand play and family enclosure where young children can play in safety.
Older children can use up their energy nearby at the large, well equipped play area including swings, climbing frame and a zip wire.