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A long walk taking in seaside and grassland plants as well as Faversham Creek’s history

A summer walk with both historic harbourside and coastal areas

 

This 5-6 mile walk of about 4-5 hours takes place on World Environment Day https://www.worldenvironmentday.global https://www.worldenvironmentday.global – we will be looking at seawall, grassland and aquatic plants and learning a little about the interesting flora and history of Faversham Creek.

Bring a packed lunch and snacks/drinks, though drinks might be available at the one pub on the way (Shipwrights Arms).

Toilets: Only at the one pub on the way and a few reed beds to hide behind.

Ground surface: mainly flat – the walk is along the sea wall so a wet or dry muddy footpath and a few banks and ditches to walk up and down, depending on the plants we look at. Please ensure your fitness is of a suitable level

Meet at Faversham station main entrance at 11am. Timed to meet the 9.42am train from Victoria, so delays to this train (due to arrive 10.52am) will be accommodated.

The walk will end at the station between 4-5pm.

Caroline Ware, local ecologist.

Tickets: £15 please book online – 6 available at present – Priority booking for SLBI members.

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Field Trip to Faversham Creek, Kent

Venue

Station Car Park
Station Road
Faversham,EnglandME13 8EBUnited Kingdom

How to Book

See Eventbrite link or select tickets below
Website:
http://www.slbi.org.uk