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Come and join us to enjoy the ever-changing mosaic of the Kentish countryside. See, hear, and feel the changing seasons as we explore some of the hidden gems of Kent, right on your doorstep. Reap the benefits for your mind and body as we take gentle walks through landscapes rich in history, all while spotting wildlife under the guidance of a local expert.

  • 10:30am - 12pm

Come and join us to enjoy the ever-changing mosaic of the Kentish countryside. See, hear, and feel the changing seasons as we explore some of the hidden gems of Kent, right on your doorstep. Reap the benefits for your mind and body as we take gentle walks through landscapes rich in history, all while spotting wildlife under the guidance of a local expert.

Medway Valley Countryside Partnership will be delivering a series of free guided walks and events over the next year, designed for people over 55 or with a long-term health condition. Gentle, nature focussed walks will take place each week in a variety of beautiful countryside locations in the Maidstone and Tonbridge and Malling areas. Walks will last for 1-2 hours, with rest breaks, led by experienced leaders at a pace to suit the group.

Later in the year, our programme will include free events such as coppicing and bushcraft, designed to be undertaken at a slow and gentle pace, offering the opportunity to learn new skills and experience the health benefits of spending time in nature.

Due to Covid-19 guidelines, numbers will be restricted and bookings made through Eventbrite.

Funded by Involve Kent’s Universal Wellbeing Services Support programme.

For more information, please find our Facebook page, or contact:

Kathryn Barton, Medway Valley Countryside Partnership

Kathryn.barton@kent.gov.uk

 

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