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Eastbourne to Pevensey Castle Coastal Walk

A lovely, gentle walk which follows the flat coastline from Eastbourne to Pevensey Bay then inland to Pevensey Castle.

START OF WALK: Drove to Pevensey Castle, and parked the car in the Pevensey Castle Pay & Display car park.   234 more words


Herne Bay Golf Club Walk

Herne Bay Golf Club is now sadly a thing of the past.  The grounds of which have been left whilst Councillors squabble on planning proposals that strive to rejuvenate the plot and surrounding area. 266 more words


Chilham circular

One of our walks from May 2013 –

We did invest in basic walking kit, however, Linda & I were caught on the hop this time, the forecast wasn’t great, so we layered up but also made the mistake of wearing jeans…way to hot when the sun came out, together with the more strenuous stomps uphill, causing us to overheat..big time !  928 more words


Rainham to Sittingbourne along the Saxon Shore Way

START OF WALK:  Drove to Sittingbourne Rail Station , park the car for the whole day, approx. £6.00, caught a train to Rainham (had to wait 20mins we just missed one whilst we were in the carpark).   210 more words


Rye to Lydd Walk via Camber Sands

Saharan dust in UK skies = high air pollution = limited/no walks for us.

We chose to limit our outdoor activities this week because of the Saharan dust,  I was already suffering with sinusitis, and my darling complaining of similar stuffed up head and blocked sinuses.   1,460 more words


Chilham Circular Walk

CHILHAM CIRCULAR WALK  – is a 9.7 mile (15.6km) circular walking route from Chilham that follows part of the Stour Valley Walk and then deviates and climbs up into the Kentish Downs along the edge of the Eggringe Wood, some downland and upland fields, and along a pleasant escarpment with panoramic views, descending down and passing through the attractive estate of Godmersham Park (a house owned by the brother of writer Jane Austen, and where she often stayed), and then finishes along part of the North Downs Way, and a quiet back lane up towards Chilham Castle. 195 more words



STOUR VALLEY WALK  – is a 58 mile (93km) recreational walking route that follows the River Stour, through the Low Weald and Kent Downs, from its source at Lenham to its estuary at Pegwell Bay. 232 more words