The home of Vita Sackville-West and her husband Harold
...where they created their acclaimed garden.
Lots of bluebells in spring...
...and some fine lakes full of fish.
approaching Frittenden you pass this chimney. The adjacent
site used to be a timber yard and the chimney was used to for the fire
that made the heat to make the steam that powered the bandsaw. The
fields you have just crossed were woodland then .
Our book of Ten
Favourite Walks in the Kent Countryside has routes for ten more
walks like this one.
Ramblers' volunteers in
Kent work tirelessly to ensure that our paths are as well protected
and maintained as possible. Of course we also organise led
walks but most of our members are independent walkers who simply
want to support our footpath work. Please join
us and become a supporter too. You need us and we really
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