Recluver Towers and Roman Fort

Sitting on the Kent coastline are the iconic Reculver Towers, the towers were a part of the remodelling of the church in the 12th century. Reculver was one of the earliest Roman Forts built to defend Saxon raids. Later becoming a Anglo Saxon monastery and then the parish church for Reculver. The site can beContinue reading “Recluver Towers and Roman Fort”

Half Term Ideas – Go for a Walk

Why not explore one of the fabulous walks in Kent, a few lovely ones are: Samphire Hoe created by the Eurotunnel in 1997 is a lovely place to explore with the sea one side and the grassland the other often grazed by animals. With 200 species of plants and more than 200 species of birdsContinue reading “Half Term Ideas – Go for a Walk”

Half Term Ideas – Train Rides in Kent & Sussex

First in the February half term ideas is a train ride. Great for all weather a train ride in Kent or Sussex it’s an excellent day trip out exploring the hidden gems off the roads. Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway the famous one third full size steam and diesel locomotives take you on a 13½Continue reading “Half Term Ideas – Train Rides in Kent & Sussex”

Sharing and Caring on the North Downs Way

Today I spent walking on the North Downs Way with a group of fellow ambassadors training and sharing knowledge. It was such a lovely day with everyone really supporting each other in every way. So watch out as we are going to share with you some of the amazing hidden gems of the North DownsContinue reading “Sharing and Caring on the North Downs Way”

Moving into Autumn

Moving into autumn- The astronomical calendar determines the seasons due to the 23.5 degrees of tilt of the Earth’s rotational axis in relation to its orbit around the Sun. Against that of the meteorological seasons that consist of splitting the seasons into four periods made up of three months each. By the meteorological calendar, the first day of autumn is always 1 September; ending on 30 November. The astronomical autumn calendar starts Wednesday, the 22nd September and ends Tuesday, the 21st December. 🥮🍂🍁

Experience Kent

I am so excited to share some fantastic news that I am not only going to be offering experiences in Kent but that I am training to be a North Downs Way Ambassador. The North Downs Way is 153 miles and one of the lesser know trails against those of its National Trail counterparts. It’sContinue reading “Experience Kent”

Reculver Towers

I have spent time this morning with a wonderful friend and took a walk by Reculver Towers. The towers are steeped in history and a beautiful place to explore. With an easy trail for many to walk or cycle along the sea shore. Reculver is believed to be one of the first Roman Forts andContinue reading “Reculver Towers”

Vitamin D

Taking a walk at the beautiful Tankerton Slopes Getting outside helps you to get vitamin d, which is important for your bones, blood cells and immune system. Sunlight helps your body make vitamin d and this helps your body absorb certain minerals like calcium. Getting out and about in the sunlight even just for 15Continue reading “Vitamin D”

The Countryside Code

As we adventure and explore others are preserving and protecting so we can continue to enjoy. Do your bit and ensure you follow the countryside code when your exploring: Respect everyone✅ be considerate to those living in, working in and enjoying the countryside✅ leave gates and property as you find them✅ do not block accessContinue reading “The Countryside Code”