Dating sites in ashford kent

Dating sites in ashford kent

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Kent Walking Routes - with Walking maps

The bay is a popular spot with its lovely beach and notable chalk cliffs. Bike hire is available during the summer months from the Boat House Bistro. There's also a nice cliff top cafe which is a great place to stop for refreshments. To head along the coast in the other direction try our Dover to Folkestone Walk which takes you between these two major ports. Again there is plenty to see including the State Rooms, Gallery and wonderful gardens.

This section passes Eynsford Castle and the pretty Farningham Woods Nature Reserve, which is worth a small detour from the path. It's a nice place for an easy stroll with plenty of birds to look out for from the bird hides and viewpoints. This route crosses the train line here to follow the coastal path but you could also pick up the woodland trails through the park. It is home to Ashford Athletics Club, and has held several international events. Look out for wildlife which includes woodpeckers, Woodcock and if you're lucky an owl.

You'll also find interesting displays and exhibitions here. From here you can pick up the trails taking you around the lakes to the coast. The club plays at Kinneys Field, near the Canterbury Road. The woodland areas are lovely in the spring when they are covered in bluebells.

If you'd like to extend your walk you can pick up the Tunbridge Wells Circular Walk and follow it west to the delightful Tunbridge Wells Common. This originally stretched as far west as Hampshire and formed the basis from which the Weald is formed. Startup company OneDome has unveiled the list along with its interactive map which you can use to search your postcode area to see how it rates on seven different categories. The building was extended to improve capacity in the s. The forest is also great for walkers with miles of peaceful woodland trails to follow.

It's brilliant for wildlife spotting with huge numbers of wintering waders to look out for. From Farningham you enter the outskirts of London, passing Darenth Country Park and Dartford before finishing at Dartford flood barrier - the world's second largest movable flood barrier. You can stroll along the numerous pools and enjoy a riverside section along the Thames.

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It's the largest castle in England and includes the fascinating Secret Wartime Tunnels and interesting exhibitions. Also just to the north is Shorne Woods Country Park where you'll find acres of rolling woodlands, wetlands and meadows. It is a five mile walk from the town centre. It is largely flat and traffic free running along a disused railway line for part of the route while also passing through Blean Woods on the way. It's a nice place to continue your walking in the area with lakes and woodland surrounding the castle.