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One of the oldest parishes in West Kent, originally included most of Farnborough and Green Street Green and was part of the vast possessions of William the Conqueror. Chelsfield Park itself is a small, prestigious, leafy residential area situated in the heart of Chelsfield, about 15 miles from central London on the periphery of the Green Belt. The Residents Association formed in the 1950s remains central to the community and continues to play an active part in the running of the Park. The Park lies very close to Chelsfield Station which provides fast and frequent services to London and a short drive of the M25 providing easy access to all major road networks, Gatwick and Heathrow airports.

Local shops can also be found in Windsor Drive with more comprehensive shopping facilities in Orpington, and both Bromley and Bluewater Shopping complexes are about a 20-minute drive away.  If you are out and about it would be a good idea to visit Lullingstone Country Park is, world famous for its collection of ancient trees and spectacular displays of orchids and wild flowers. High Elms Country Park has 250 acres of countryside and also is a site of special scientific interest with chalk meadows and woodlands supporting rare wildlife.

If you are interested in taking a 6.5-mile walk, you can start at the Chelsfield green meadow, passing the village, the Norman church, open farmland, and Goddington Park. On route you will see Lilleys Farm, Goddington House which is mock-Elizabethan style, Griff’s and Crown Woods, Chelsfield Park hospital, originally a mansion house and a row of 18th & 19th century listed cottages which was once the village shops and bakery.

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