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Area: Kent

'The Green Corridor has been designated as a Local Nature Reserve, and is being looked after by a partnership of organisations.'


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Category Ashford

'The route is mostly on tracks across farmed land with some steps down. There are glimpses of a variety of historic properties, and of past and present industrial activity.'


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'This country park has a number of peaceful woodland walks to enjoy ... In the park you will find a pond/wetland area with a viewing platform, information point, and views out over the countryside. ...
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Category Dartford

Download PDFs from the Website: [1] Goddards Green and Church Wood - - - : [2] The Old Manor House, Hemsted and The Ford - - - : [3] Walkhurst Road and the Beacon - - - : [4] Stepneyford, East End ...
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Category Tunbridge Wells

'Situated between Canterbury, Herne Bay, Whitstable and Faversham, the Blean covers an area of 11 square miles and is one of the most distinctive areas of ancient woodland in England, more than hal ...
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Category Canterbury

'Thurnham Castle Walk ... North Downs Walk ... Bearsted Church Walk ... White Horse Woods Walk ... Boxley Church Walk'


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Category Maidstone

'Despite being so close to Maidstone and two motorways, the village is surrounded by woodland, and still retains a village feel. The ruins of Boxley Abbey are located here. The parish church is ded ...
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Category Maidstone

'The town trail is a self guided walk leading you around the town. The trail's 10 illustrated boards and guide give you an insight into the town's history and some of its people and buildings.'


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Category Thanet

'The network will be created entirely from existing rights of way, forming three distinct circular walking trails from which walkers can choose a plethora of routes of different lengths to suit the ...
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Category Canterbury

Walks described include: [1] Chartwell Estate Walk - - - : [2] Limpsfield Chart Walk - - - : [3] Weardale Walk


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Category Sevenoaks

'Back at the car I had walked 12.3 miles. In the end I am not sure how accurately I had followed the route of the old Centenary Walk - Rochester, however this had been a good circular walk ...
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Category Medway

'The Reserve is open to visitors at all times. The car park is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm, except over the Christmas period, but there is also some parking on the road - please do not block the a ...
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Category Gravesham

'There are various public footpaths in and around Cobham Woods, to help you explore this beautiful countryside. Follow the link to download a copy of our guide to the area ... '


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Category Gravesham

'The "Crab and Winkle Way" takes its name from the railway line which ran between the towns of Canterbury and Whitstable. On Monday 3rd May 1830, a clanking passenger locomotive, the "Invicta" pull ...
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Category Canterbury

'The footpath walks range from 4 to 12 miles and with shortcuts included, there is something for all abilities. This is a great project that will showcase the wonderful countryside around Cranbrook ...
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Category Tunbridge Wells

'You'll never get bored in this enchanting city. Take our fabulous walks of discovery, and have fun finding answers to clues which tell you more, whilst reading our stories about the most interesti ...
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Category Canterbury

'Dartford Heath is a haven of history, rare plants and a variety of wildlife that makes it the perfect place for a family to explore. We've created six wonderful walks that make it easier ...
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Category Dartford

Download PDFs from the Website: [1] Dartford Heath - - - : [2] Darenth Country Park - - - : [3] Town Centre and Central Park - - - : [4] Central Park to Brooklands Lakes


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Category Dartford

Access to 'details of walking groups and popular walks supplied to Deal Town Council, Visitors Information Centre'.


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Category Dover

'Doddington Place is surrounded by wooded countryside in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the North Downs.' 


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Category Swale

'We offer regular guided walking led by volunteer group members throughout the year. Regularly, on alternate Sundays mornings we have a very popular 4-6 mile morning walk taken at a leisurely pace. ...
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Category Dover

'The nature trails lead around a series of hides where there is an excellent chance of seeing bitterns and bearded tits in winter. There is plenty to be seen at other times too. Dungeness's positio ...
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'Our Group was formed in January 2010 after an initial meeting in the previous October where we asked the villagers their thoughts on forming a Heritage Group. The response was fantastic and we hav ...
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'Every year we hold a Youth Hostel weekend in South East England in mid May. We have exclusive use of hostel and all meals are included in the price.'


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Category Kent

'It is possible to complete the Eden Valley Walk in a single day, but many walkers prefer to take the route in stages, returning to enjoy the changing landscape throughout the seasons.'


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Category Sevenoaks

'Walking is a great way to experience the Eden Valley countryside. An excellent network of footpaths allows anything from a short stroll to a full day’s walk, taking in many of the area’s best feat ...
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Category Sevenoaks

'The ancient woods, classified as dating from before the 17th century, are carpeted with the flowers of bluebells, anemones and wild garlic in spring and turn spectacularly russet, orange and gold ...
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Walks that might be found include: [1] A Land for All Seasons (9.25 miles) - - - : [2] A Walk on the Wild Side (7.5 miles) - - - : [3] Earth, Wind and Water (5/11 miles) - - - : [4] First Fruit (2/ ...
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Category Swale

Details of two Parish Walks: [1] Breakfast Walk (About 1½ hours) - - - : [2] Parish View Walk (No time limit)


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Category Medway

'There are plenty of things to do in Gravesend and Gravesham. Use the area as a base and have access to wider Kent attractions as well as those in Gravesend.'


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Category Gravesham

Download PDFs from the Website: [1] Access Trail [1.5 miles] - - - : [2] Bourne Valley Walk [10 miles]


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'Hamstreet is a great base for walkers because of its railway station, cafes in both the High Street and garden centre, Indian restaurant, shops and Duke's Head pub ... '


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Category Ashford

'Harrietsham has been a longstanding settlement, taking advantage of the spring line on the lower slopes of the Downs. Archaeologists have uncovered evidence of Bronze Age, Iron Age, Roman ...
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Category Maidstone

'Lots of opportunities to explore the area's rolling hills; small irregular-shaped fields, open heaths; abundant woodlands; scattered farmsteads and sunken routeways.'


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Category Kent

'All routes are on well-defined wide grassy paths or tracks. The longer route [7.5 miles] has two short road sections (care is needed) and it climbs down and then up the North Downs scarp slope abo ...
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Category Maidstone

'In the 18th century, Tonbridge (then spelled 'Tunbridge') was a market town at the Medway river crossing, dominated by a Norman Castle. The High Street was part of the second most important road i ...
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'If one is passing through Dover and has transport, there is genuine Jewish interest to be searched out here and two or three hours of touring will be rewarded. The major feature of interest is und ...
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Category Dover

'The story of Ramsgate Jewish community is beyond doubt dominated by the life and memory of one man - a towering figure of Anglo-Jewry. This was Moses Montefiori. While Montefiori did much ...
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Category Thanet

'Sheerness on the Isle of Sheppey seems as unlikely a place for a Jewish community as one might encounter in England. The Isle was (and still is to some extent) remote and isolated. Yet the Island ...
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Category Swale

'1. Wittersham Road Station to Tenterden Station (6 miles) ... 2. Bodiam Station (circular)(6 miles) ... 3. Tenterden Station to Rolvenden Station (2½ miles)... 4. Northiam Station to Wittersham Ro ...
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Category Ashford

'The Kent Downs AONB [Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty] covers 878 sq. km from the White Cliffs at Dover and Folkestone to the Surrey Border. The geology of the area defines the topograp ...
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Category Kent

'The Kentish Thames Walk is not waymarked but it is all on rights of way. It can be done as a long distance walk, on its own as a walk of about 36 miles, or as a grande finale to a walk fr ...
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Category Dartford

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Category Ashford

'To enjoy the surrounding countryside with congenial company, the Langton Walks Group, meets on the first Sunday in each month, at 2.00 pm at the car park at the new Langton Village Hall, ...
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Category Tunbridge Wells

'We are always pleased to welcome newcomers on our group social walks. We try to organise lunch stops near pubs but it's probably best to bring food with you just in case.'


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Category Kent

'It was originally devised in the late 1970s by LDWA and Ramblers volunteer Keith Chesterton, who published a guidebook in 1979. The second and so far most recent edition of this appeared in 1981 a ...
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Category Gravesham

'Once a medieval deer park and the estate of Lullingstone Castle, this historic park now provides 460 acres of public space ... Lullingstone is internationally important for its collection of ancie ...
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Category Sevenoaks

'Underfoot  Mixture of woodland, ridge and field paths, many of which – particularly in the lower sections – could become very muddy. Good shoes necessary. Terrain  Frequent short ...
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Category Maidstone

'The walks are all in Kent with many being close to or in the Medway Towns. The Sunday walks commence at 10:00 am and are between 5 and 7 miles so we normally end up at a nice country pub by about ...
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Category Medway

'Strood ... Cuxton ... Halling ... Snodland ... New Hythe ... Aylesford ... Maidstone Barracks ... Maidstone West ... East Farleigh ... Wateringbury ... Yalding ... Beltring ... Paddock Wood'


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Category Kent

'Look out for glimpses of kingfishers darting over the water, enjoy the displays of blossom that crown the orchards in spring and the bitter-sweet smell of hops in late summer. Listen for the song ...
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'... The location was known locally as “Scratch Arse Corner”. The origin of the name is lost, however the name lives on in the Group's annals.'


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Category Gravesham

'The 128 acres of former landfill site now offers a large natural play area, a community events space, as well as an extensive network of paths through areas of different meadow, scrub and aquatic ...
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Category Swale

'The planned growth of the East Kent coalfield during the early twentieth century would have transformed this area into a hive of industrial activity but the coal here was harder to extract than wa ...
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Category Dover

'Toys Hill was one of the places that inspired Octavia Hill to found the National Trust.'


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Long Distance and Other Named Walks 'Kent is blessed with many long-distance and other named walks. These are listed ... and we hope to provide more information about all of them in due co ...
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Category Kent

'For much of the way it is possible to choose between walking on top of the 20-30 metre high chalk cliffs ("cliff top level"), or at low tide, walking along the beach or promenade below ("beach lev ...
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'We used to be called the Romney Marsh Footpath Preservation Society (RMFPS). The RMFPS was formed in 1984 with the aim of helping to restore and maintain the network of footpaths that hav ...
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'Walking along the quiet canal banks today it is easy to forget that this was once the scene of intense military activity. Now, much of the drama on the canal comes from the variety of wildlife tha ...
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'Samphire Hoe is a new piece of land created by Eurotunnel during the construction of the Channel Tunnel.
Find out more details on the Creation of Samphire Hoe Samphire Hoe covers a 30- ...
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Category Dover

'Walkers along the route will find Iron Age hill forts; magnificent churches and an impressive cathedral; Martello towers; historic ports; and castles dating from periods throughout history.'


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Category Gravesham

The site includes the eco-friendly visitor centre and café, a sensory garden, orienteering, fishing lakes, a trim trail and picnic and play areas – not to mention to 292 acres of rolling woodlands, ...
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Category Gravesham

[1] Went Farm and Shadwell Wood (1½ miles) - - - : [2] "Eighteen Acre", Avery's Wood and Poundsbridge (3¾ miles) - - - : [3] "Eighteen Acre", Bullingstone Wood, Leggs Lane and Shadwell Wood (3¼ mil ...
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Category Tunbridge Wells

'Rolling grassland, woods, marshes, peat bog, orchards and picturesque villages make this a memorable journey which can be completed over a long weekend or in shorter sections.'


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Category Maidstone

'The Swale district includes some outstandingly beautiful areas that remain relatively unknown. If, while driving along a quiet country road or sitting in traffic, you have ever noticed a footpath ...
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Category Swale

'The Swale is a strip of sea separating North Kent from the Isle of Sheppey. The Swale was originally part of a river valley facing eastwards. As sea-levels rose, water occupied th ...
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Category Swale

[1] Teynham to Black Lion at Lynsted - - - : [2] Hop Gardens and Creeks - Faversham to Graveney - - - : [3] A circular walk to Painters Forstal and Brogdale via Ospringe - - - : [4] A linear walk t ...
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Category Swale

Download PDFs from the Website [1] Rolvenden Layne (5.5 miles) - - - : [2] Chennell Park (2 miles) - - - : [3] The Millponds (4 miles) - - - : [4] Readers Bridge (5 miles) - - - : [5] The Bottoms ( ...
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Category Ashford

'This route was set up during the 1990s as a great way of walking and with interpretation of the natural history of the coastline - and there are 15 interpretation panels that can still be found al ...
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Category Thanet

'We ask pilgrims on this route (of all faiths or none) to tread lightly on the Way of St Augustine, and to be as environmentally conscious as possible. Take nothing but footprints and leave nothing ...
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Category Canterbury

'The cliffs also have a special place in our national history and they were used for defence in both World Wars. You can see reminders of this past at the newly opened Fan Bay Deep Shelter ...
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Category Dover

'The route passes through the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty around the spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells. Walkers can enjoy the undulating countryside of the High Weald, a landscape ...
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Category Tunbridge Wells

'Local people identified the walk as a priority following the publication of the Thanet Walking Strategy.'


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Category Thanet

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