Catha’s Seat Picnic – Chilham Train Station
Meet at Chilham train station, from where you can walk just 1 mile to Catha’s Seat with a friendly local guide.
Celebrate Cycling, Walking & Local Food at the Catha’s Seat Picnic
Cyclists, walkers and runners from all over Kent are getting ready for the fifth annual Catha’s Seat Picnic.
Catha’s Seat is a remote, quiet place on National Cycle Network Route 18 and the Stour Valley Walk that looks out over the fields to Chilham Castle. Featuring two sculptural solid oak benches with in-built cycle parking, it’s a perfect rest stop for tired legs or a destination for a day out.
Gathering at a peaceful rural spot in the Stour Valley overlooking Chilham Castle, all are welcome to join and enjoy live music from Ashford Folk, original poetry from Robert Graham and a locally sourced picnic donated by Wye Bakery, Wye Butchers, The King’s Head, Ripple Farm, Perry Court Farm, The Wooden Spoon, Wye Co-op and the Cheesemakers of Canterbury.
Local cycling and walking organisations – Spokes East Kent Cycle Campaign, Cycle Circle and the Wye Footpaths Preservation Society – have got together with Catha’s Seat to guide you to the picnic. The nearest train station is Chilham, from where you can walk just 1 mile to Catha’s Seat with a friendly local guide.
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