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Walk, play, ride, cycle or just relax with a coffee in the great outdoors
Jeskyns is home to 360 acres of newly planted woodlands, meadows and orchards. With a good network of surfaced walking trails, children's play areas, café and even a dog activity trail... (click the button below to read more)
Royal British Legion Industries (RBLI) is a national charity supporting the Armed Forces, people with disabilities and people who are unemployed. We improve lives every day by inspiring those we help and supporting them to find work and lead independent lives... (click the button below to read more)See Profile
The Hook & Hatchet Inn
At the Hook & Hatchet Inn we have a number of desirable amenities other than just our fabulous bar and dining area - paired with a wide selection of beers, ales, spirits and wines and also fantastic homemade pub food!
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Mote Park is one of the most popular parks in the county. With plenty of opportunity to dive off the beaten track and follow one of the winding paths and trails through the trees, the park bursts to life in Autumn.View Walk
For those of you looking to explore West Kent this Autumn, Knole Park is a popular pick among tourists and locals all year round. With beautiful grounds adorned with vivid Autumn colours and the famous deer roaming around, Knole is a great choice for the whole family.View Walk
Enjoy exploring Trosley Park’s 170 acres of beautiful woodland and chalk downland. With spectacular views over the North Downs, a café that serves delicious homemade food, and a woodland play area for kids, the park is the perfect place for a great day out.View Place to visit
Giggling Squid is all about the spirit of Thai mealtimes - plentiful dishes, exotic ingredients and bold flavours to be enjoyed with your favourite people.
Giggling Squid located in Earl Street, Maidstone and is a Thai restaurant that is all about the spir... (click the button below to read more)See Profile
For more than half a million visitors each year, Leeds Castle and its estate is considered a national treasure, providing a window onto nine hundred years of British history, a haven of tranquillity and a world of discovery and enjoyment.
The aim of the Ch... (click the button below to read more)See Profile
Once a hunting ground for royalty, King’s Wood is now a designated area of outstanding natural beauty and remains home to a herd of fallow deer.
There are some hills and uneven terrain in this walk, so make sure you bring sturdy shoes. This is a walk with ... (click the button below to read more)View Walk
Walks in the countryside, running trails, picnic and play areas, events and activities, or just the beautiful natural space.
Hiking trails amid ancient woods & orchid-filled chalk grassland, plus a cafe, shop & play area.View Walk
This walk is beautiful. It is an award winning attraction open all year.
This forest has miles of family cycling and mountain biking, walking and running trails. There is also an adventure play trail. Cafe on site to enjoy some food after a long day exploring!View Walk