Connecting the whole park and improving access
Lesnes, at 88 hectares is London Borough of Bexley’s second largest park.
It is made up of open parkland and a semi-ancient woodland of 65 hectares. To compare, a football pitch is about a1 hectare long! Primarily to make the park more accessible, this stand of improvements will also link the site as a whole whilst highlighting its rich natural and human history.
Navigation around the whole park is being upgraded through a variety of methods which include;
- Information (interpretation) boards
- Directional and distance signs
- Trails and walks signage
- Maps and site wide banners