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Family Fun tagsOutdoor Activities tagsPutting Down Routes tagsWalking tags

As part of the Putting Down Routes project, Wild With Wheels are hosting a free sensory-focused accessible nature experience at Great Farthingloe Farm and the North Downs Way National Trail.

  • 26 Jun 2024
  • 10:30am
  • Dover

On this walk you’ll be exploring the farm paths, taking time to enjoy coastal scenery, chalk grasslands and wildflower areas. On a clear day you may even be treated to a view of France across the English Channel.

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.

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

This event is part of the North Downs Way National Trail and Kent Downs National Landscape’s Putting Down Routes Project. Working with partners Wild With Wheels and Black Girls Hike. This is funded through The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Defra’s Farming in Protected Landscapes.

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