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trainNearest Train (or tube) Station(s):
Bekesbourne

Nearest Mainline Train Station:
Canterbury East

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Walk Details
The outward section of this ramble takes in three Kent villages – Bridge, Bishopsbourne and Kingston. Also the verdant, rolling landscape of Charlton Park is visited. The return route visits Charlton Wood.

Start on the main street in Bridge, heading S.E. beyond the church. Turn right into Bourne Park Road, cross a stile 50m on the left to follow the right fork of two paths. Tall marker posts lead to a stile giving access into a wooded section. A clear path leads down to a road …

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