What we do
A Suburb with a History
Located south of the River Thames and to the west of River Cray and River Darent, Slade Green is the easternmost settlement in London. The locality is part of the London Borough of Bexley and lies northwest of Dartford and northeast of Bexleyheath. Some of the historic buildings in the area include the Howbury Moat and a Grade II Listed Tithe Barn, situated between Crayford Marshes and Slade Green. The neighbourhood has long history of a railway town with its Slade Green Depot between London Bridge and Dartford, and Slade Green, which are Crossrail protected routes. Places of worship include Slade Green Christian Fellowship and St Augustines.