A walk for everyone
White Cliffs Walking Festival, organised by the White Cliffs Ramblers – five-mile Bleriot Walk to Dover Castle and the Bleriot monument from Dover seafront at 10.45am; six-mile White Cliffs Walk back to Dover after taking a bus to Capel – meet at 10.45am on Dover seafront; 10-mile fish and chips walk from Walmer station at 5.30pm to Dover and taking a train back. Tomorrow (Friday)
White Cliffs Walking Festival – 12-mile Battle of Britain walk starting from Alkham green at 10am, lunch stop at Paddlesworth; eight-mile Lighthouse and Cliffs Walk starting from St Margaret’s car park at 11am; five-mile Miners Trail starting at 4.45pm opposite the Royal Oak pub, Nonington. Saturday
White Cliffs Walking Festival: White Cliffs Challenge (this walk is organised by the Long Distance Walkers Association) – 32-mile or 15-mile walks, starting from St Margaret’s village hall at 8.30am (cost £8, including tea/coffee at start, food and drinks – bring your own mug – at checkpoints, meal at finish and certificate); 4.5-mile Easy Stroll starting from Kingsdown Road car park, Walmer, at 10am; 10-mile Windmill Walk, taking a bus to Ringwould from South Street, Deal, at 10am and walking back. Sunday
Ashford Ramblers – 5-mile circular walk starting from St Michael’s Village Hall, near Tenterden at 10am (park in Grange Road). Walk not suitable for dogs.
Dover and Thanet Rights of Way Society – five-mile walk starting from Wingham car park at 10am.
East Kent Rambling Club – 12-mile walk starting from Bridge recreation ground at 10am, lunch stop at Fordwich.
White Cliffs Walking Festival – 15.5mile Seven Churches Walk, starting from the Five Bells, Ringwould, at 9am, pub lunch; 11-mile Nature Trail Walk starting from Kearsney Abbey at 10am, pub stop.