KentHeritage

15
JUN
Around Rochester - A Tour of an Historic Medway To
Rochester Railway Station

Rochester is one of South East Englands most attractive towns and only 35 minutes by train from St Pancras.On this town tour Rob will tell you stories from Rochesters past and youll see many of the outstanding historic buildings that include Tudor…

Location: Rochester
Category: Historic/Heritage

TEL: 07806 714006
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29
JUN
Historic Chatham - Exploring Naval Heritage
Chatham Railway Station

This tour is the second of a series exploring the Medway and Kent CoastChatham was first associated with the Royal Navy during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I until the dockyard closed in 1984. At the heart of Chathams heritage is the…

Location: Chatham
Category: Historic/Heritage

TEL: 07806 714006
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13
JUL
Queenborough and Sheerness - Two Kent Ports
Queenborough Station

This is the third in a series of walks along the Medway and Kent Coast.The walk starts at Queenhithe ‐ a town planned around a castle built by Edward III. While the castle is no longer there the charming harbour town remains…

Location: Queenborough
Category: Historic/Heritage

TEL: 07806 714006
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27
JUL
A Walk around Whitstable
Whitstable Station

This is the fourth in a series of walks along the Medway and Kent Coast.The historic harbbour and seaside town of Whitstable is wideley known for its annual Oyster festival but it has other charms too. On this walk around the town…

Location: Whitstable
Category: Historic/Heritage

TEL: 07806 714006
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03
AUG
Reculver and Herne Bay
Herne Bay Station

This is the fifth in a series of walks along the Medway and Kent Coast.This walk takes us along the coast from Reculver where in the 1st century a Roman settlement was built added to by a fort built in the 3rd…

Location: Herne Bay
Category: Historic/Heritage

TEL: 07806 714006
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