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Hesketh Park

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Hesketh Park

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Andrew F wrote a review May 2019
Dartford, United Kingdom3 contributions
Take dog for walk loads of space friendly local people toilet kids play areas tennis courts bowls club
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Date of experience: May 2019
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srussell1983 wrote a review Oct 2018
Dartford, United Kingdom220 contributions13 helpful votes
I regularly walk my dog here as I am local it’s a nice clean park and well looked after Plently of bins for people to put their rubbish in as welll as dog bins A nice playpark for the kids aswell
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Date of experience: October 2018
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elwick11 wrote a review Oct 2017
London, United Kingdom1,520 contributions274 helpful votes
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It is a well kept good sized park with a mix of facilities. The largest area is kept as a cricket pitch for Dartford Cricket Club, there is an area given over to bowls and it’s clubhouse with a very nice well kept green (It has an electric fence to keep animals [?] off). There are Tennis Courts, a Children’s play area with swings etc, a large Sundial dating back to 1794, a small wooded/scub area which is worth a stroll around, this area is also used by dog walkers, some do not clear up after their animals, watch where you put your feet. There is also a Clubhouse/Pavilion/building adjacent to the Cricket pitch which can be hired for social events. There is limited parking but there is free parking in some of the local streets. There are toilets behind the Cricket Scoreboard. There is a Memorial Stone (engraved) for a Sgt Trevor Oldfield who was shot down, crashed and died at the edge of the park on the 27th September 1940 during the Battle of Britain.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Light26 wrote a review Oct 2017
Dartford, United Kingdom134 contributions30 helpful votes
Great little playground with different apparatus for variety of ages. A fun children's bike/board/scooter track. There are also tennis courts and a basketball court. Popular with dog walkers this a good park for a short walk and great for children to play in (dogs not allowed in the play area). I don't understand why some of the entrance gates are always locked when I go there though; there are several gates so keep walking round to find an unlocked one.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Pat H wrote a review May 2017
London, United Kingdom109 contributions112 helpful votes
I live near the park so often walk there or watch the bowlers or cricketers. Lots of lovely flowers.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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