Join us for the first country walk of the year as we take on the Ashurst circular. This walk makes a gentle start along the Medway valley, soon joining the Wealdway long-distance path. After lunch at the delicious Dorset Arms the small village of Withyham with its notable parish church the path will lead eventually to the neighbouring village of Hartfield, associated with the author AA Milne and his most famous creation: We will walk past Pooh Corner to buy all manner of Winnie-the-Pooh memorabilia, before heading back a different at picturesque way to Ashurst station. All in we will be walking about 8.2 miles.
If the walk is full, please join the waitlist and email me directly. New members particularly!
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