Teston River walk

Explore Kent
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  • Parking
  • Toilets
  • Suitable for small children
  • Suitable for dogs

The bridge at Teston is a listed structure, made of Kentish ragstone probably during the 15th century. It originally had seven arches, now only six. The large pointed centre arch was rebuilt in 1793 to allow larger vessels to pass underneath.
This walk takes you through Teston Bridge Country Park, where you can enjoy the open grassland and mix of riverside vegetation. Kingfishers can often be spotted long this stretch, as can Common Ternin the Summer.

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