The Medway, Friars and Neolithic Burial Sites History Hike

Join us on a 10 mile history hike and discover Kent’s most picturesque village, a Carmelite Friary, the site of the battle of Medway through wonderful Kentish countryside.

The walk leads through charming countryside, including riverside paths; former quarries; an organic vineyard; field margins; woods and downlands.

The history of the area is fascinating, and this walk has it all, from Neolithic Burial sites, to the shrine of the patron saint of the English province of Discalced Carmelites and the site of the Battle of Medway.

We are meeting at 08.05 at London Bridge Station in front of WH Smith or you can meet us at Aylesford Station at 09.40.

The price includes guided hike lead by a North Downs Way Ambassador HML Trainee and Blue Badge Tourist Guide who is also Wilderness First Aid Qualified, church visit, and visit to the Friary.

What to wear: Hiking shoes or boots, Dress for the weather

What to bring: Packed lunch and water

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Aylesford in Kent on the River Medway

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