A walk around Samphire Hoe to discover its history and some of the wildlife which can be found.

  • 5 May 2018
  • 1pm
  • Dover

THE MAKING OF SAMPHIRE HOE & IT’S WILDLIFE

A walk around Samphire Hoe to discover its history and some of the wildlife which can be found at this unique site, formed from Channel tunnel spoil and sited below the white cliffs between Folkestone and Dover.

LEADER: Yvonne Lewis-Cutt, Kent Wildlife Trust and White Cliffs Countryside Partnership.

MEET: Samphire Hoe Education Shelter.  Samphire Hoe is sign-posted off the A20 from Dover to Folkestone CT17 9FL (pay and display parking).

DURATION: 2 hours.

Fore more information call Pauline Bateson (01304 853503) or email pauline.bateson@btinternet.com

Suitable for families.  Suitable for wheelchairs but some rough tracks.

Donations appreciated.  Assistance dogs only.  Bring binoculars.

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