Thursday, 1 June, 2017 – Canterbury to Denton

Meet corner of Stuppington Lane/South Canterbury Road @ 8:30 am

Pett Bottom/Covet Wood/Covert Wood/Denton

About 11 miles

Bus back to Canterbury or lunch at the Jackdaw and bus back.

Return by bus:

Number 16 about 20 mins

Last week’s Canterbury South Circular Walk. Sal Paradise and Dean Moriarty running from one falling star to another:

Thursday 25 May, 2017 Canterbury South Circular (12 miles)

Meet outside 25 St Augustine’s Road at 8:30 am

Proceed direction North Downs Way but take yellow road onto NDR then cross and take bridge over A2 past Renville, over Bridge Road, through Whitehill Wood, Lower Hardes, Harmansole Farm, Swarling Manor Farm, nearby Kenfield Hall, then up and over the Chartham Downs Road, Larkey Valley Wood, New House Lane, Stuppington Lane back to Canterbury.

About 12 miles – we should be back around 1pm.

Two ‘rum coves’ after a hearty feast at the Cosy after completion of last week’s SSFR1 Canterbury to Elham walk

Canterbury to Elham SSFR1 – Thursday, 18 May, 2017

Meet corner of South Canterbury Road and Stuppington Lane 8:30

Back of Canterbury Rugby Club/Nackington/Pett Bottom/Gorsley Wood/Westwood/Quilters Wood/Clamberdown/Palmstead/Peafield/Park Gate/Elham

Lunch at the Cosy Tea Rooms 12:30

17 Bus back to Canterbury 13:35 (one after is 14:50)

Approximately 10 miles

Last week’s Canterbury Western Circle Walk

Thursday, 11 May, 2017 Canterbury Western Circle (clockwise this time)

8:30am Meet outside St Mary Bredin Church, Nunnery Fields

Harbledown/Bigbury/Podhurst Farm then various paths across to South Bishops Den/Forester’s Lodge Farm/Poundfall Wood – bridge over A2

Dunkirk/Bossenden Woods and on to Church Wood then onto Rough Common and back to Canterbury along the footpath behind Kent College and towards the cemetery.

Lunch is a possibility somewhere in Canterbury: to be decided during walk.

About 14 miles (as recorded last time we did this – anti-clockwise).

Last week’s walk, 16 miles from Canterbury to Faversham via Perry Wood and Sheldwich.