around the area

All Saints Church is surrounded by Foots Cray Meadows and below are some photos of the area

A winter wonderland, lovely autumn colours and bluebells in the woods.

winter wonderland


bluebells in the woods

five arches in the meadows

Five Arches Bridge

Nearby and points of interest   




Hall Place
Grade I listed country house in 65 hectares on the River Cray. Extensive programme of events.

Danson Park
Grade I listed 18th century house surrounded by ornamental gardens in a Grade II listed park.

Red House
National Trust. Home of William Morris: writer, artist, craftsman and socialist.

Scadbury Park
Home to the Walsinghams from 1424 to 1655 and Thomas Townsend, 1st Viscount Sydney, after whom Sydney in Australia is named. Remains of manor dating back to the mid 1200s

Eltham Palace
English Heritage. Henry VIII's childhood home, A fine example of Art Deco architecture.

Lullingstone Castle
Subject of a BBC2 documentary,  the Castle is of historic interest and Tom Hart Dyke's World Garden of Plants is a horticulturalist's dream

Chislehurst Caves
A labyrinth of man made tunnels 30metres underground. Over a hundred years of history

Eltham Palace
English Heritage. Henry VIII's childhood home, A fine example of Art Deco architecture.



Sidcup Leisure
T: 020 8302 0556 - Hurst Rd, Sidcup

Crook Log Leisure
T: 020 8304 9090 - Brampton Rd, Bexleyheath

Erith Leisure
T: 01322 3502721 - Avenue Road, Erith

White Oak Leisure
T: 01322 662188 - Hilda May Ave, Swanley


Cineworld 10 screen town centre multiplex.

Luxurious 13 screen multiplex cinema with galleries in selected screens for the ultimate cinema experience.

Cutting edge cinema facilities in 9 fully stadium-seated auditoria.


The Reach, Charlton
South London's largest climbing wall.


Danson Park Lake
Fishing in Bexley's premier park.

Brooklands Lake  
Five species of fish preserved here.


Restaurants in Old Bexley
A link to the food place website.

Restaurants in Sidcup
A link to the Trip Advisor website.