Getting outdoors during this difficult time will be more important than ever for our wellbeing. Read our latest information and guidance for safely accessing the countryside during lockdown.
It is without any doubt that all of us will be struggling with something at the moment. Whether it be with stress, anxiety over the unknown, frustration. Now more than ever we should be looking towards nature to support us, what can the natural world do for us? Well, the power of nature is something to be in awe of!
Explore Kent have packed together some family friendly fun activities which can be done come rain or shine without having to travel too far!
Find out why Nordic Walking is fast becoming a popular activity, with a real life inspirational story. Plus why the real appeal of Nordic walking is that it is very versatile, it can be adapted to suit the needs of the walker.
Fight off the January and lockdown blues with our tips to stay active at home and outdoors this winter. Take part in the Everyday Active Challenge and make getting active a part of your everyday life.
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.
Active travel is fast becoming the ‘go-to’ method of travelling around our beautiful county. Whether you are beating the traffic in your daily commute or you are looking for a scenic traffic-free cycle route to share with your family at the weekend, you won’t be short of options available in Kent.
After the resounding success of the adult Walking Certificates, we have decided to create all new Certificates for children this summer! With selected distances for each of the Certificates, there's no walk too short or too long.
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.