Sibton Park is in the ancient village of Lyminge in the heart of Kent's North Downs. Whilst most of Lyminge's buildings are relatively modern, the Church of St Ethelburga is the second oldest in the country, dating from 633 AD. Sibton Park CC is at the north end of the village. The entrance to the ground is from Longage Hill which slopes downhill from Canterbury Road, once the B2065, but now declassified. The ground has a modern club house with an excellent and very well stocked bar, changing rooms and showers.
For those of you with SatNav, set the postcode to CT18 8HB or, if you prefer, Ordnance Survey coordinates TR 15883 41787.
From J11 of the M20
you can follow the signs for Lyminge which will lead you into the south end of the village, or take the exit from the slip roundabout signposted Canterbury (B2068) and follow this road for 2 miles to the crest of a steep hill. At this point take the right fork, signposted Lyminge, turn right 50 yards later, then turn left 250 yards later, also signposted Lyminge and follow the road, which becomes Brady Road, to its junction with Canterbury Road then turn left down Longage Hill.
From J12 of the M20
follow the signs for Newington off the slip roundabout, The Channel Tunnel site will be on your right. One mile later turn right at the roundabout and follow the road 4 miles through Etchinghill, around the golf course and into Lyminge. Drive through the village and, as you reach the top of the gradient leading to the crossroads, turn left down Longage Hill.
This has become a bit of a trial as Longage Hill becomes difficult to negotiate with long lines of cars parked in the road. Please park inside the ground on the wide apron opposite the clubhouse. Please DO NOT park on the apron between the boundary and the road, where you will risk disappearing into our drainage scheme.