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A Good Day For A Walk

Hastings to Rye

It is surprising that one of the most picturesque routes in the South-East of England is not walked more often.

Perhaps it is the challenge of all the ups and downs of Hastings Country Park, following the Saxon Shore Way to Cliff End and beyond into Pett Level, or it may be that many of the walks end in Hastings rather than start there and reading walk instructions back to front is not easy. 402 more words

History Walks

17th November 2015: Swale to Teynham

This was a wet and windy walk along the Saxon Shore Way. The first part was rather industrial, but there was plenty of birdlife on the waterside with the sound of curlews (lapwings?) calling. 44 more words


Grand Master Slump

The last few days have been a bit quiet running wise, in the sense of actually putting my trainers on and running. I managed two very slow 5ks in the days following the marathon, and a slightly quicker four and half miles last night as my body slowly gets back to normal. 804 more words


Pre-race checks

 There’s only two days to go until the big one! Sorry to shout, but I’m getting quite excited now. I did just the one run over the weekend, a 5 mile MAF run along the Saxon Shore Way to keep things ticking over and not upset the Ankle of Doom. 897 more words


15 - St Margarets Bay to Capel-le-Fern

Distance: 18km Steps: 36,311 Steve has joined us for a couple of days to Dymchurch. We departed St Margarets Bay and its posh houses following the Saxon Shore Way south west past the South Foreland Light, up onto the cliff tops above Fan Bay  344 more words

The Walk Day 31

Rye to Fairlight Cove, 27 August 2014

8.7 miles, total 417.7 miles

A little insight into my own rules and regulations got the day off nicely. 536 more words

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