Fishing Ponds
The Middle Pond seen from Fishponds Road.
Activity Mornings
  • Fridays

    Every Friday -10 am, meet at Westerham Road car park. Tools and safety equipment will be supplied at all work sessions. Tea and coffee will be provided.


  • Additional Days

    The Keston Friends Group will occasionally meet on site with other volunteer groups such as the Bromley Volunteers and the Branching Out team. Typically we meet at 10.30 am, in Westerham Road car park and may work through until 3pm. Bring a packed lunch if you want to work all day or just come for as long as you can. Notification of these additional days will be given on the activity schedule on the "what's on" page.


  • Website Last Updated


    Monday 6th October 2014


Welcome to the
Friends of Keston Common
(incorporating Ravensbourne Open Space and Padmall Wood)

Our Aims are:

  • To help promote the conservation and protection of Keston Common.
  • To support its use as a place for quiet, informal enjoyment, recreation and study.
  • To help with practical conservation under the supervision of the London Borough of Bromley and its professional officers.
  • To assist in providing an educational experience for the general public in the history, natural history and biodiversity of Keston Common.
Supporters:

Supporters give what time they can spare and all gifts and talents are appreciated, from work on the common to helping with publicity material and fund raising. There is no annual subscription but voluntary donations from families, who wish to receive regular briefings, are most welcome.

Next Public Meeting  Our next public Meeting will be on Wednesday 12th November 2014, at 7.30pm, in the Jubilee Room, Keston Village Hall.  All are welcome.

Walk Programme 2014/15 This ever popular activity will now be extended throughout the year. Walks will be scheduled for 2pm on the first Wednesday of every month. For full details click here.

Heritage Lottery Fund  The Friends of Keston Common are pleased to report that the work outlined in our Heritage Lottery bid is now nearing completion. All four interpretation boards have been erected as too the old Victorian Gate. The only outstanding item remains the planting of a commemorative tree and some form of opening ceremony. For further details visit the News page.



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