Coronavirus / Covid-19
Following recent changes in government advice regarding Covid-19 to avoid all non-essential travel and maintain social distancing, all walks and other activities are cancelled until the end of April.
We will continue to review the situation with regard to events beyond April. Further information can be found here, and will be udpated in due course.
This circular 10 mile walk starts in the picturesque village of Appledore. The first leg is along the Saxon Shore Way through fields and a large vineyard. We then descend to Romney Marsh proper along tarmacked country lanes where there is virtually no traffic and will have the chance to visit four very different churches at Kenardington, Snargate, Fairfield and Appledore itself; Fairfield church is particularly iconic, being surrounded by fields, waterways and sheep. We will stop off to eat our lunch at The Red Lion pub in Snargate which remains in a 1940s time warp and at the end of the walk we will be able to have a drink at the Black Lion in Appledore.
Terrain / Difficulty
The first two miles are undulating and may be muddy but the rest is flat on quiet tarmac lanes.