During this period of uncertainty, it may not be possible for everyone to go outside and explore Kent. The most important thing is for everyone to remain safe and healthy. Read our latest information and guidance for staying active during lockdown.
Its that time again… Summer Holidays! With many people deciding against a holiday abroad this summer, why not have a staycation in the beautiful county of Kent!
There’s nothing like the warm summer sun hitting your face while enjoying a relaxing walk or thrilling cycle with summer greeting us with its stunning presence, now is the perfect time to experience the amazing array of colours that surround the striking green space in stunning Kent. Grab your sun cream and sunglasses then head off on one of our favourite hand-picked walks.
In our latest blog, Caroline talks about her connection with the Thames Estuary and about a unique project, Kent Maps Online which explores the literary connections found here.
Making sure you live in an environment that is clean, useful and good for your health are important issues in the Kent Environment Strategy. Check out these bite sized chunks to see what all this means to you.
In 2020 a new canoe launch was installed at Grove Ferry Picnic Site, funded by a LEADER grant to give canoeists safer access to the River Stour. From here you can paddle upriver to Fordwich, a small and scenic town on the river, or downriver to Plucks Gutter, a hamlet marking the place where the Little Stour and Great Stour rivers meet.
Exploring your local area is an amazing way to get out and active, but imagine being able to explore your local town on foot or bicycle and discovering the best of what the towns have to offer.