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Plenty to explore in Kent on two-month Great British Walk
SECRET places and stories in the great Kent outdoors are begging to be discovered in this year’s Great British Walk.
The Great British Walk runs from September 1 to November 3 to encourage people to explore the outdoors.
To encourage people to get out and about, The National Trust - which looks after 389 hectares always open to the public as well as 1,421 hectares in Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and eight kilometres of coastline – has unveiled some of its hidden treasures.
These include a mock Tudor mansion destroyed by a Second World War bomb, a bat tower and a well at Emmett’s Garden.
Among other gems also worth seeking out are a bomb crater at Chartwell and hop picker’s huts from the country’s only intensive hop farm and the quirky ice house in Scotney.
Share your walking pictures and the secrets you discover on the social networks using #GBwalk.
For information, and to download walking routes, go to nationaltrust.org.uk/greatbritishwalk
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