The East Kent group generally walk on the last Sunday of each month 8 -10 miles all day walks, bring your own luch with pub / cafe stops for drinks.
Every year we hold a Youth Hostel weekend in South East England in mid May. We have exclusive use of hostel and all meals are included in the price.
Contact for the group is Robert Pou.
To contact this group by e-mail, phone or letter please use our contact page.
Click the link to view our recent pictures and read the Event Reports of walks and other events hosted by the East Kent Group.
Below are some walks, Youth Hostel Weekends and other events from some previous years which are not in the current Events Reports listing. Here is a link to some Memorable Moments of 2012 and also to 2011. All photos are given freely to download or copy and are for personal viewing. If you have any problems viewing the slideshows or any individual picture in each album, or if you have photos you'd like to share, please get in touch with Neil Anthony.
Wye & Crundale - July 2013
An ideal summers day. Led by David Wright, walking eight or nine miles from Wye station following the North Downs Way up to the Crown for one of the best vistas which Kent has to offer, then through fields and woodlands to the seemingly remote Crundale for lunch at the church, returning back mainly along the Stour Valley Trail whilst studying a variety of relatively exotic species.
Isle of Wight Long Weekend - June 2013
Hosted for the nineth year by Surrey, Sussex and Solent Groups, members assembled for the last time at the Dorset Hotel in Ryde. The Saturday walk assending to high spots to see coast in every direction, stopping for cream tea then back to Shanklin along a glade, a disused railway line. A short walk on Sunday celebrating the grand finale and thanks to all organisers and walk leaders!
Eastbourne YHA Weekend - May 2013
Another excellent weekend largely due to our camp cook and co-organiser. The Hostel near Beachy Head and South Downs National Park. Saturday, a sunny walk along a scenic stretch of South Downs Way, passing the Long Man of Wilmington, back to Alfriston for tea and cake. Sunday along the cliftops of the Seven Sisters for those resilient to slightly adverse weather conditions.