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Join us for a FREE Accessible Nature Experience at Great Farthingloe Farm & North Downs Way National Trail.

  • 27 Nov 2024
  • 10.30am - 12pm
  • Dover

Wild with Wheels is delighted to invite you to join us at Great Farthingloe Farm for a FREE sensory-focused accessible nature experience on the Award Winning Kent Heritage Coast.

We’ll be exploring the farm paths, taking time to explore coastal scenery, chalk grassland and wildflower areas with a backdrop of the sea with a view across the Channel to France on a clear day. Join us and get close to nature with our experienced Walk Leaders and Support Walker.

This location is suitable for those with mobility limitations. However, we recommend using outdoor rollator, or other walking aid with seat. The site has limited seating opportunities.

♿ Wheelchair and mobility scooter friendly (including disabled parking)

👨‍🦯 Suitable for all physical, learning and mental health needs

🚾 Toilets nearby

☕ Refreshments nearby

🚸 All ages welcome

🌳 Connect with nature and wildlife

🎨 Nature arts and craft activity

📚 Interactive nature & folk tales

🏛 Site of Historic Interest

🔊 Equipment can be provided for Visual or Hearing impairments (please let us know in advance)

⏰ 2 hours duration – Pace is set by the abiliities of the group on the day (usually slow but with lots of interactions with nature and the landscape) so 1-2 miles maximum

🪑 Restricted seating opportunites

🦮 Support pets and well-behaved dogs welcome

👫 Support and carers welcome

🧭 Meet us by the entrance of the Farthingloe Barn on Folkestone Road.

📸 Photos or videos are taken during the event for promotional and marketing purposes, for both Wild with Wheels and GOGA. Please notify the walk leader of your preferences. (Photo Consent form in this link https://forms.office.com/r/i8gfYCHWDz)


Meet us by the gate entrance of Farthingloe Barn (NOT LITTLE FARTHINGLOE FARM). Great Farthingloe Farm is on the opposite side of the road. We shall all proceed through the gate to the parking location together.

Served by Bus #102 from Folkestone or Dover (Please notify the host if you are arriving by bus to be accompanied to and from the bus stop as the pavement is currently inaccessible for wheeled users).

Address: Farthingloe Barn, Great Farthingloe Farm, Folkestone Rd, Dover CT15 7AA


What 3 Words: ///ducks.responses.fiery

Grid Ref: TR 29059 40170 / TR290401

PLEASE NOTE: For consideration of all participants we aim to set off from the meeting point on our venture promptly following registration / checking photo consents and brief introductions of the walk by our walk leader. So please notify us if you are delayed by phone and we can advise whereabouts you can catch up with the group. Telephone 07787 181550

More details of the walks, along with FAQ’s on our website at https://wildwithwheels.com


This event is part of the North Downs Way National Trail and Kent Downs National Landscape’s Putting Down Routes Project.

The Putting Down Routes project seeks to encourage new audiences from under-represented communities to the North Downs Way National Trail, as well as upgrading and enhancing parts of the trail so they are more accessible to a wider range of people.

The project aims to position the North Downs Way National Trail as a safe, inclusive and accessible destination where all are welcome.

Putting Down Routes is a collaborative project between the Kent Downs National Landscape and the North Downs Way National Trail, working with partners Black Girls Hike and Wild With Wheels. Putting Downs Routes is funded through The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Defra’s Farming in Protected Landscapes.

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