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White Cliffs Walking Festival: 26-31 August 2021

The White Cliffs Walking Festival has been running for many years, attracting walkers from near and far to enjoy the fine walking country along and inland from the cliffs and coastline with their fine views across the busy Channel.  As the organisers say: "More than a Walk, and Experience".

For full details please see the Festival web site.

Wealdway 40th Anniversary: September 2021

The Wealdway was opened on 27 September 1981 linking Eastbourne and Gravesend.  In the course of its 82 miles it crosses not just the High and Low Wealds but also the North and South Downs and the Greensand Ridge and for a while it meanders along the bank of the Medway east of Tonbridge.  At the northern end is the ancient maritime port of Gravesend and at the southern end you can make a detour to Beach Head before descending for fish and chips and ice cream in Eastbourne.

To celebrate the Wealdway's 40th anniversary we are organising a series of walks taking in parts of the Wealdway, led by Ramblers' Groups from Kent and Sussex, culminating in an event outside Tonbridge Castle on the weekend of 25 and 26 September 2021.

For more details including a full list of walks visit our dedicated Wealdway40 web page.

High Weald Walking Festival: 11-19 September 2021

The High Weald, one of the best preserved medieval landscapes in northern Europe, is a walker's paradise.  Woodlands and ponds, oast houses and timber framed halls, ancient droveways and charming villages.  What more could you want?  True, it can be a trifle muddy in winter, but difficulty of access until modern times is the main reason the landscape is so unspoiled.  In September, walking conditions are just about perfect.

The High Weald Walking Festival is organised by Sussex Ramblers and the High Weald AONB Unit with support from Kent Ramblers.  There are led walks to join and downloadable walks to do on your own.  Something for every countryside lover.

For more information visit the Festival web site.

Canterbury Walking Week: 22-29 April 2022

New in 2021, Canterbury Walking Week proved a huge success and is being repeated in 2022.  It's a long way off and the programme has not been planned yet so just put it in your diary and in due course details will be posted on the Canterbury Ramblers web site.