Join a gentle walk across the chalk meadows surrounding part of the Western Heights fortress, to the White Cliffs and back, hearing some words from Shakespeare’s plays that feature Dover and the local landscape.

  • 30 Oct 2016
  • 2pm
  • £2
  • Dover

Shakespeare 400 – Shakespeare at the White Cliffs & Dover

2016 is the 400th anniversary of the most influential person on the English language.

Join a gentle walk across the chalk meadows surrounding part of the Western Heights Fortress, to the White Cliffs and back, hearing some words from Shakespeare’s plays that feature Dover and the local landscape.

LEADER: Melanie Wrigley, White Cliffs Countryside Partnership (07880 706990)

MEET: St. Martin’s Battery car park, South Military Road, Western Heights, Dover, CT17 9TW (TR 314 407)

DISTANCE: 2 miles (1.5 – 2 hours)

GRADE: 4 (unfenced cliff edge)

Please wear footwear and clothing suitable for a cross country & cliff top walk.

Suggested  donation of £2 appreciated.  Dogs on leads please.

For more information please visit the White Cliffs Countryside Partnership website.

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