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We have for sale the following items for walkers
Guide to Kent Coast Path: Part
1: Camber to Ramsgate
The Secrets of Countryside
We also offer the
following items at no charge apart from P&P:
10 Favourite Walks in the
All profits from publication
sales are used to support the work of the Ramblers
Get a copy of every publication on this
page for just £10 including P&P.
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Guide to the Kent Coast Path: Part 1: Camber to
This 80 page guide covers the first section of the
England Coast Path to be opened in Kent. Ramblers' volunteers have been labouring for
years both to get the path open and to prepare what we hope is the best
guide possible to the pleasures and interest of the route. The
path was formally opened on 19 July 2016.
This guide is in full colour with detailed
1:25,000 maps based on Ordnance Survey data and enhanced by the local
knowledge of the authors and others in Kent Ramblers. There are
full descriptions of the route and of the many points of interest that
you will pass along the way.
There is also much background material about the
history, geology and geography of the area.
The cover price is £7.50 but we are currently
offering copies for just £6.50 including postage and packing.
Our book of
A page from the book
10 Favourite Walks in the Kent Countryside
This is our own book of ten walks in Kent. 24 pages
There are walks all over the county of lengths
from 3 to 11 miles. Each walk is described in detail
with a full-colour map and points of interest
As this book is now over eight
years old and may not be completely up to date, we are no longer
offering it for sale. However, we still have copies which we
will be pleased to supply free of charge to those purchasing other
products on the understanding that on some routes there may have
been changes since the book was written. Although the book
itself is free, there is a charge of 50p to cover additional post
and packing except that when ordering the Super Bundle there is no
additional charge. If you wish to take
advantage of this offer, please say so when making your other
There are eleven more walks just
like those in the book in our bundle of six annual reviews – see
1. Penshurst and Blowers Hill (4.9 miles)
2. Fordcombe and Avery’s Wood (5.3 miles)
3. Devil’s Kneading Trough and Crundale Church (6.7 miles)
4. Chilham and Perry Wood (10 miles)
5. Kemsing (3 miles)
6. Scotney Castle and Bewl Water (9 miles)
7. Cranbrook and Goudhurst (10.8 miles)
8. Dryhill Nature Reserve and Whitley Forest (4 miles)
9. Ightham Mote, Godden Green and Stone Street (5.6 miles)
10. Emmetts Garden and French Street (5 miles)
The Secrets of Countryside Access
Dave Ramm with introduction by Nick Crane
about walking in the countryside. 104 pages.
of information about map reading, navigation, understanding rights and
duties in relation to paths, appreciation of the countryside and much,
Price: £5.70 including postage.
study of the Explorer map
the map and following the path
value of contours
distance, estimating time
the grid reference system
Highway Authorities' responsibilities
owners' and occupiers' responsibilities
threats, changes and improvements
prepared for the unexpected
areas with public access
in the country
great crop mystery
Our Annual Reviews contain not only more of our favourite walking
routes but also articles about subjects of interest to walkers in Kent.
The following are currently available:
2012. Articles on the High Weald and Kent Downs Areas of
Outstanding Natural Beauty and on the Geology of Kent and the
Weald. Walking Route 45: Teston, Yalding and the Medway.
2013. Articles on The Wealden Iron Industry and Oldbury
Hill. Walking Route 61: Brenchley and Mile Oak. Walking Route
10: Oldbury Hill
and Seal Chart.
2014. Articles on Hadlow Tower, Vinters Park and how Kent County
Council handle reports of footpath problems. Walking Route 1: Cudham and
Christmas Tree Farm. Walking Route 75: Hadlow and West Peckham
2015. Article on Via Francigena. Walking Route 86:
Wingham (Four Watermills Walk). Walking Route 29: Edenbridge and
2016. Articles on Lost Ways and the making of our guide to the
Kent Coast Path. Walking Route 85: Sissinghurst Castle and
Frittenden. Walking Route 14: Limpsfield Chart and Crockham Hill.
2017. Articles on Lost Ways and cross-field paths.
Walking Route 125: Benenden and Rolvenden. Walking
Route 28: One Tree Hill and Underriver
These are free of charge but postage and packing for all
six is £1.75 – a
bargain for 11 walking routes.
Wealdway Rucksack Badges
These badges are available for £1 each plus postage, currently 65p. There is only one postage charge however many badges you
order. Post-free when purchased with any book. Please
indicate your choice of badge colour.
2. Yellow with white border