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More than 70 per cent of land is farmed in the Kent Downs AONB making it a way of life for a large number of Kent’s locals, who supply restaurants, cafés and bars in the county. Visit Wye Community Farm, volunteer and learn hands-on farming skills. In the afternoon, walk from Perry Court Farm, visiting the shop and indulge in a locally sourced afternoon tea. You can also become a Rebel Farmer, breaking the mould in the way farming is approached. Enjoy the local produce, grown and nurtured by Kent's farmers, in some of the best food and drink establishments in the county.

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Farming, the sustainable way – get under the skin of the Kent farming community!

More than 70 per cent of land is farmed in the Kent Downs AONB making it a way of life for a large number of Kent’s locals, who supply restaurants, cafés and bars in the county. Visit Wye Community Farm, volunteer and learn hands-on farming skills. In the afternoon, walk from Perry Court Farm, visiting the shop and indulge in a locally sourced afternoon tea. You can also become a Rebel Farmer, breaking the mould in the way farming is approached. Enjoy the local produce, grown and nurtured by Kent's farmers, in some of the best food and drink establishments in the county.

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Train – there is a station at Wye with regular train service to London.

Bus – the bus service through Wye, runs from Canterbury to Ashford. 1A bus route.

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