Kelsey Park, with its lakes, wildlife, flower beds, spectacular herbaceous border and over 99 kinds of trees, is the jewel in the crown of Bromley’s parks. It is a haven for wildlife and over 65 species of birds have been recorded. The heronry on the larger island hosts over 25 pairs of grey herons successfully nesting each year, making it probably the best place to see herons in the south east of England.
Inside this web site, maintained by volunteers of the Friends of Kelsey Park, you will find just about all there is to know about our park. How to get there, the facilities, the extensive galleries of photographs, its history and information on events and activities. Click on Enter below to explore this site.
To be more exact, under repair.
It is hoped that this site will be back to normal service later today, Friday 30th July, or early tomorrow, Saturday 1st August.
Our apologies for the disruption, but after the repairs there should also be the added benefit that this site will be better represented when using mobile handsets, including the galleries.