Gravesham

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The Category Gravesham is a subset of Kent. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Entities associated with Gravesham which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

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The following Gravesham Entities do NOT (currently) have Records in 'Open Paths and Trails'. Here, clicking on a Title of interest should link you to a relevant external Website (or Facebook Page):

- Gravesend, Northfleet & District U3A

 

www.rspb.org.uk/reserves-and-events/reserves-a-z/cliffe-pools/

Size (acreage)585
Overview

'Offers a remote landscape with open horizons and skies - ideal for long summer walks and attracting spectacular numbers of wintering waders. A number of trails at varied lengths afford great views over the pools, the wildlife, and the River Thames running alongside.'

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RSPB

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/cobham-wood-and-mausoleum

Overview

'The managed wood pasture at Cobham is historically significant as it is considered by many to be the closest type of landscape in lowland Britain to that which existed in prehistoric times. Set within the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) the site is also classified as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) due to the rarity of the wood pasture habitat.'

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National Trust

www.kentramblers.org.uk/Dartford/dartford-gravesham.htm

Overview

'Dartford Ramblers was formed in 1992 with Gravesham added four years later. Our membership consists of people from all walks of life who live not only the two districts mentioned but also in Bexley and south east London.'

www.visitgravesend.co.uk

Overview

'Nestling between the River Thames, its estuary wetlands of international importance, and the North Downs, the countryside to the east and south of Gravesend is an exceptional Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, containing Ancient Woodland and Country Parks, and historic villages of windmills, country houses and cricket on the green ...'

www.meopham-walkers.co.uk

Overview

'A very active organisation. There is a regular walks programme both within the parish of Meopham and further afield. Walks are held on Sundays and mid week throughout the year, with evening walks during the summer months ... The Group has now been in existence for 50 years and has over 250 members. It was formed out of adversity in 1962 when our Founder and President Mrs. Pat Wilson found a footpath, close to her home at Harvel, was closed by a major obstruction ...'

www.kent.gov.uk/leisure-and-community/kent-country-parks/shorne-woods-...

Overview

'One of the most popular country parks in Kent, Shorne Woods Country Park offers everything you need to spend a day enjoying the great outdoors.'

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Kent County Council

desdemoor.blogspot.co.uk/p/london-countryway.html

Distance (miles)215
Overview

'A 350 km orbital walking trail around London. The route never actually enters Greater London but runs through the countryside of neighbouring counties. The surroundings are hugely varied, ranging from dead flat fens to rugged chalk hills, rich in cultural and heritage interest and an outstanding showcase for London's protected green belt. The trail is easily walked as a series of day walks from London using public transport.'

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Des de Moor London Underfoot

explorekent.org/activities/saxon-shore-way/

Distance (miles)160
Overview

'Imagine stepping back in time and discovering the coastline of the Garden of England as it stood more than 1,600 years ago. The Saxon Shore Way long distance walking route is named after the line of historic fortifications that defended the Kent coast at the end of the Roman era.'

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Explore Kent

explorekent.org/activities/wealdway/

Distance (miles)80
Overview

'Follow the Wealdway through the heart of the Kent and Sussex countryside, from the Thames Estury at Gravesend to the popular pier at Eastbourne - a resort which grew in importance with the 18th century enthusiasm for seabathing.'

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Explore Kent

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