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The Category Bexley is a subset of London (East). Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Entities associated with Bexley which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

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The following Bexley Entities do NOT (currently) have Records in 'Open Paths and Trails'. Here, clicking on a Title of interest should link you to a relevant external Website (or Facebook Page):

- Sidcup & District U3A

 

corporate.thameswater.co.uk/About-us/Community/Great-days-out/Recreati...

Overview

'A small oasis within an industrialised urban environment, providing a unique opportunity to escape city life and enjoy one of the last remaining areas of grazing marsh within the Greater London area ... The nature reserve is accessed via a number of public footpaths from Eastern Way (A2016), Norman Road and Belvedere Road, as well as the Thames Pathway which runs north across the Reserve.' ALERT Website Links changed.

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Thames Water

www.bexley.gov.uk/services/streets-and-roads/public-rights-way

Overview

'Bexley's Rights of Way Improvement Plan, the Rights of Way definitive maps for both North and South of the Borough and the Definitive statement for the Rights of Way within the borough are available as PDF's ...'

Description from

London Borough of Bexley

www.yumpu.com/en/cray_riverway

Distance (miles)10
Overview

'Path following the River Cray to the Thames from Foots Cray Meadows in the south to Erith in the north.' ALERT Could not find this PDF referenced on the re-designed Bexley Website; so I have changed the Link to Yumpu.

Description from

London Borough of Bexley Council

explorekent.org/activities/darent-valley-path/

Distance (miles)19
Overview

'The beauty of the Darent Valley has inspired generations of artists and writers eager to capture the essence of this classic English countryside with its rolling hills, luxuriant meadows and picturesque riverside villages.'

Description from

Explore Kent

tfl.gov.uk/modes/walking/loop-walk

Distance (miles)152
Overview

'Walking the London Outer Orbital Path (the LOOP for short) is a great way to get to know London better. At nearly 152 miles (245 km), some like to think of it as the "M25 for walkers" — but it’s a world away from the motorway and has been thoughtfully divided into 24 well marked, bite-sized stages. Weaving around the capital the LOOP is mainly on flat or gentle sloping surfaces with only some sections requiring a bit more puff!'

Description from

Transport for London

See also

London Loop [Mark Moxon]

annierak.hoofbags.me.uk/shuttle.html

Distance (miles)5
Overview

'Signposted walk along the River Shuttle, a small tributary of the River Cray, which it joins at Hall Place near Bexley. The walk then joins the Cray Riverway, which follows the Cray through to the Darent at Crayford Marshes and through the marshes to the Thames.' ALERT I could no longer find the description of this Walk on the re-engineered Bexley Council Website; so I have cited the description from Annierak instead.

www.thames-path.org.uk/thames_charlton_crayford.html

Distance (miles)10
Overview

'This walk follows the Thames Path extension east. Although not officially a part of the Thames Path National Trail it is an obvious extension of the route. The walk follows the south bank of the river from the Thames flood barrier at Woolwich east past the famous Woolwich Arsenal and the Firepower museum. Continuing east you pass the apartments of Thamesmead. East from here the river passes through a far more industrial landscape and the path passes right through the middle of it. You emerge into Erith and onwards through the marshes of Crayford to end at Crayford Ness.'

See also

Thames Path Extension [Rambling Man]

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