4 edition of Ten walks around Faversham found in the catalog.
Ten walks around Faversham
Swale Footpaths Group.
|Statement||edited by G. H. J. Champion and C. R. Theobald.|
|Series||Faversham papers,, no. 8|
|Contributions||Champion, G. H. J., ed., Theobald, C. R., ed.|
|LC Classifications||DA690.F27 F3 no. 8, DA670.K3 F3 no. 8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 23 p.|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||72170936|
The Walking Group. We have over sixty members in our Walking Group, although all Faversham U3A members are welcome to join us. We usually have up to 25 members taking part each month. Walking is the perfect exercise – it keeps our bodies and minds active, and helps us lead happier, healthier lives. Faversham Town Walks. likes 1 talking about this. Trained local guides lead visitors on walks around the historic town of Faversham in Kent. All proceeds support the Faversham Society.
Walking with History. Thank you for visiting our website. Our aim is to share our love, enjoyment and pride in Faversham, and to support the Faversham Society, both through these pages and our guided Walking with History walks around Faversham.. Our Walking with History walks are mostly on flat roads and footpaths and each walk takes between 1 1/2 to 2 hours, (you tell me how fast you walk. One of the attractions of this walk is that it provides a good contrast to some of the classic coastal walks, such as Seaford to Eastbourne (book 2 walk no), or Hastings to Rye (book 2 walk no). Phone ahead for The Sportsman pub. Transport: Trains go from London Victoria to Faversham, journey time just over an hour.
The Yorkshire Dales offers some of the best walking country in the UK. Local expert Jo Foster of the National Trust chooses her favourites, from gentle strolls to more challenging hill walks. Charles and Joy Boldero are well-known for compiling walks, and together with their Yellow Labrador Tammy, the couple have trod around Taverham where they came across a .
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Home Free walks Walking: Maps Clubs Books Useful links Contact. Boughton walk miles Faversham walk 4 miles Faversham walk miles Faversham walk 5 miles Faversham walk miles Faversham to Whitstable train walk miles Faversham walk 11 miles Isle of Sheppey WW1 walk or miles Isle of Sheppey walk 6.
rural walk, you can use the toilets at the various ‘pub stops’ en route. Use our directory to find a list of local accommodation, food producers, retailers and restaurants. Also, check out the wealth of additional information at Faversham.
org/walking. NeWNhaM to eaStliNg a1. Outside The George Inn in Newnham, nestled in the Syndale Valley. A great walk along Faversham Creek to Hollowshore. Great pub, then a shorter walk back through farmland.
Enjoy the beautiful desolation of the marshes, just you, the birds, and the breeze. Stop for a rest or bite to eat at the wonderful Shipwrights Arms, then either re-trace your steps or take the shorter walk back through Ham Farm. A mile walk from Faversham and around Oare Marshes, this walk is a Kentish treasure offering visitors the promise of discovery and adventure.
Faversham was a member of the Cinque Ports which were set up around by King Edward the Confessor to help protect Britain’s south coast from overseas invaders.
Its members were granted privileges by the Crown in return for providing naval ships to the monarch in time of war. The top 10 walks in books From Laurie Lee’s departure for Spain one sunny morning to Flora’s unfortunate sexual odyssey in Cold Comfort Farm. Start postcode: ME3 7JQ. Distance: miles.
This six and a half mile route through Charles Dickens country will take your and your dog through the marshland areas which inspired the opening of his famous novel Great Expectations.
Download a route map here. Faversham Creek to the east and Oare Creek to the west. Feel free to start your walk at any point: as this is a circular walk you’ll always return to where you began. Some sections of the walk end at a spot where you’ll find a pub, restaurant or tearoom to help fortify you or provide a welcome treat once you’ve finished the whole route.
Walking routes, guides and maps for Kent. One of the most popular counties for walkers the Garden of England has a beautiful coastline, the stunning High Weald and the rolling hills and valleys of the North Downs and Kent Downs AONB.
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Guided walks around the town reveal a rich history with royal connections, delving into Faversham's strong industrial past of brick making, gunpowder manufacture and not forgetting the brewing of beer at Shepherd Neame, Britain's oldest brewer. The Two Creeks Walks. One of the many joys of Faversham is that it is possible to stride out from the centre of the town for a heavenly walk without jumping into a car.
Spoilt for choice, as is so often the case in Faversham, walkers have two excellent routes to the northwest of Faversham, the Two Creeks Walks. Find over of the best walking routes in Faversham. Maps, races, & running clubs in FavershamTrack & analyze your walks.
Take a Walk on the Wild Side and discover one of Kent’s most beautiful wildlife havens on the doorstep of the historic market town of Faversham. You’ll be bowled over by breath-taking views across farmland, sweeping pasture and glistening wetlands, and by an internationally important bird sanctuary, grazed by livestock as in days gone by.
Boats, bangs, bricks and beer A self-guided walk along Faversham Creek w w w. d i s c o v e rin g b r i t a i n. o r g museum sure to enhance your understanding of this walk around Faversham. Time travel Junction of Preston Street and Stone Street Fleur de Lis Heritage Centre.
Escape from the everyday to a historic Kentish market town and is just a short walk from the Shepherd Neame Brewery. With a tale to tell that dates back to the 14th century, The Sun Inn, Faversham, oozes history, charm and character.
Book now: Creek FM and Walking with History Podcasts Mike Adams from Creek FM and Town Guide Antony Millett met up one fine Sunday morning for a walk around the centre of Faversham.
Along the way, Mike was introduced to parts of the town that he had previously ignored and heard stories of people and events that have provided us with the rich heritage.
Faversham Life walks along the seawall and contemplates the future. It is a grim thought that there could soon be a solar park covering the acres of marsh between Faversham and Seasalter, an area larger than Faversham itself.
This is the walk we should. Follow the path around the pub, crossing over track to continue ahead. Pass 10 11 Walk your way to a healthier lifestyle “Walking for one mile burns virtually the same number of calories as jogging for one mile, it just Walks in East Kent - Faversham. 12 May - Whether you are a local or a tourist, get to know the area even better while on foot with the best Faversham walking tours on Tripadvisor.
Read the reviews of your fellow travelers and book top-rated walking tours in Faversham for. #4 of 10 Nature & Parks in Faversham " Great place to visit for all ages Interesting history on the gunpowder works with informative boards Nice to walk around with the dog too" "I'd visit again during the day to see in more detail the buildings and history of the Gunpowder ensure you check when the car park gates close, though!".Family walks around Faversham, Kent The image above sums up our introduction to Faversham in North Kent.
We arrived on a miserable day and after dropping off our luggage headed to the local nature reserve to stretch our legs.Linda Harrison, who organises the Guided Health Walks starting from Faversham Library every Wednesday as well as U3A walks, has kindly agreed to lead walks for Faversham Footpaths Group too.
Members, their family and friends and those thinking of joining the Group are all welcome to take part. There is no charge.