Kent Downs & Organic Farm visit with Rustic Lunch

Join us on this amazing 9 mile hike in the Kent Downs , enjoy the stunning landscape

During the hike will visit Wye and learn it’s connection to Canterbury , walk to breathtakingly beautiful coombes formed by periglacial action during the last ice age, of which the most spectacular is known as the Devil’s Kneading Trough. We will also visit a rural village, two historic churches, an amazing agricultural, museum where we can enter an oast house , and an organic micro-farm in the Kents area of Outstanding National Beauty near the Wye Downs.

The farm is owned by Ed also known as the Rebel Farmer . He will show us around his farm , where he grows completely chemical free produce Outstanding National Beauty near the Wye Downs. And a rustic lunch of lovely seasonal produce from the plot and our favourite local producers provided by him.

It will be super salad of seasonal leaf, microgreens and edible flowers, winter squash and preserved summer veg. Vegan option is available.

After lunch we will continue our hike back to Wye . If there is still place in our tummy we can have a drink at a pub before heading back to London.


The price includes:

  • guided hike and church visits,
  • farm visit and rustic lunch from local produce
  • visit to the agricultural museum

You can meet us at Wye train station or if you wish to come by train we are meeting at St. Pancras International Station in front of Oliver Bonas Shop near platform 12 at 07.50

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