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Wild flower enclosures Mullberry tree Chalk pit Fossil bed Heathland Ponds


Historic orchard Abbey ruins Tumulus


Wild flower enclosures Mullberry tree Chalk pit Fossil bed Heathland Ponds


Historic orchard Abbey ruins Tumulus Formal gardens Gateway features Signage & information


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Lesnes Lodge and terrace A new community hub building for park visitors, schools and communities with public conveniences and refreshment service.


Recreation ground


improvements New and upgraded facilities will include an outdoor gym, Parkour zone, bicycle pump track, picnic area and table tennis


Heathland


A natural outdoor classroom with seating


London skyline


viewing point Viewing point will be a raised platform where visitors can sit, relax and enjoy the moving the skyline horizons across London


Monk’s Garden A contemporary design of a medieval monastery garden


Dipping Platform The platform at Abbey Pond and its new linking footpath opens up opportunities environmental learning


Fossil Bed New features and footpath improvements along with signage to highlight this unique park piece


Mulberry Tree mulberry tree which is reputed to have been commissioned to be planted by King James I.


Landmark park entrances Eight new feature entrances will be installed around the boundary of the park - each one telling its own part of the lengthy timeline of Lesnes


Signs and information Site wide improvements to maps, signs and information making the park more accessible


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