The charity that runs Danson House and Hall Place house and gardens on behalf of Bexley residents is facing the complete loss of funding over the next four years in Bexley Council’s latest round of cuts.
With 107,000 visitors a year the two sites are popular with local people and tourists to the area too. About half of the Council grant is used to pay for the management of the award winning gardens and an extensive area of parkland. It is not clear what will happen to either house or the park if the cuts go ahead as planned by Bexley Council.
The Trust generates substantial income itself from visitors, activities and grants.
The charity, Bexley Heritage Trust, has set up a survey for residents and visitors to express their opinions.
You can complete the survey here: