Polite Notice: Children's playground re-open under COVID-19 guidance
Parishioners and visitors are welcome to use Lamberhurst's children's playground facilities and teenage shelter, once again, providing you follow the Government advice that has been kindly printed and displayed at both entrances.
Please be aware neither the play equipment nor the gates are cleaned, therefore use is at your own risk.
The public conveniences (toilets situation in the Chequer's public car park) have been re-opened and are cleaned daily.
Our play facilities
Accessed via the car park behind the War Memorial Village Hall, Lamberhurst invites you to enjoy our children's playground suitable for ages 1-14 and teenage bus shelter hangout. Lamberhurst are pleased as punch to provide this modern play area, set in a natural environment.
Other facilities including the cricket stump wall, picnic benches and refuse bins. Although we ask that soiled nappies and dog poo bags are not placed in these bins as they are emptied by volunteers and not regularly.
Nearest public toilets can be found at the rear of the Village Hall in the Chequer's public car park and are cleaned daily.
These facilities are available courtesy of the 'Playing Fields Association' charity who allow use on their land.
An amazing range of timber structures and slides constructed around the Bewl Galleon and natural landscape challenging the most adventurous and imaginative minds. Bewl’s adventure playground has been designed to enhance learning by boosting agility, balance, memory and concentration. The Galleon telegraph system is not only great fun but also develops your young explorers’ communication and teamwork skills.