What Festival?

The Chislehurst Festival was organised by the Chislehurst Society as part of its 75th anniversary activities. We hope you all had a good time.


For more information about the Festival and the Chislehurst Society contact us at:



Photo competition


It was a small but satisfying turnout for the presentation of prizes on 24 September

Click here for prizewinners and photographs


Don't know where Chislehurst is?

Click here to see a map.

Chislehurst is fifteen miles south east of the centre of London, in the Borough of Bromley in the county of Kent. It has been a settlement since at least the 9thC but doesn't feature in the Domesday Book since it fell within the Royal Manor of Dartford.

Chislehurst Commons and surrounding woods have been retained and preserved from development as a result of the actions of local residents so that Chislehurst still retains an open rural aspect despite being so close to London.

To find out more, visit the Society's website.


Thank you for supporting the first Chislehurst Festival.

It was a huge success..

For information and images of events, click on the Festival leaf, which will take you to the Festival Diary. Click on the event you would like to read about, and you will find a description of what happened, and in some cases photographs of the event.


Please send us any comments you have on any of the events

If you wish to buy a print of any of the photos shown on this site, please contact us for details.