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The Oare Gunpowder Works Country Park is a fascinating place that combines industrial heritage with a natural trail and has something of interest for everyone.
Sandwiched between Sittingbourne and Whitstable, Faversham is an historic Kentish treasure offering visitors the promise of discovery and adventure.
The peasants' last revolt is a short walk at only 5.25 miles, offering a variety of notorieties. This part of Kent is often called the Fruit Bowl of England as the land produces top quality fruit.
This refreshing 4.6 mile walk in Faverhsam starts near Stonebridge Pond, once the heart of the nation's gunpowder industry.
Discover the home of English cherries on this unique 5.5 mile trail through the fruit bowl of Britain and the heart of Kent.
Colourful landscapes greet you on the Footsteps of the Royalty and Romans walk. At 6.25 miles long and taking approx. 3 hours, this walk promises to show you some luxurious domestic gardens, woodlands...
At 9.35 miles long, Explore one of Kent's most picturesque and appealing farming landscapes; nestling in the chalk slopes of the North Downs, an area of outstanding natural beauty in the heart of the ...
A 7.5 mile walk from Faversham and around Oare Marshes, this walk is a Kentish treasure offering visitors the promise of discovery and adventure.
This reasonably flat 10.3 mile walk from Faversham through Graveney takes you from the bustling market square past the famous Shepherd Neame Brewery and out to the marshes where you will see livestock...
This refreshing walk in East Kent starts near Stonebridge Pond, once the heart of the nation's gunpowder industry.