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Darnley Mausoleum

07-Sep-12 • Sean O'Neill

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Wildflower meadow above Luddesdown

16-Jun-12 • Sean O'Neill

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Wouldham church on the far bank of the River Medway

07-Sep-12 • Sean O'Neill

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Distant view of the Medway River Crossings

20-Apr-13 • Sean O'Neill

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Brooke Tomb, Cobham church

07-Jun-14 • Sean O'Neill

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White horse, yellow field

White horse, yellow field

Cuxton Circular

29-Apr-17 • moontiger on Flickr

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St Mary Magdalene church, Cobham

16-Jun-12 • Sean O'Neill

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Cuxton to Halling walk

Cobham Park and the newly-restored Darnley Mausoleum, organic farms and nature reserves

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SWC Free walk 173, Cuxton to Snodland. 7/4/13.

This is a pleasant 12 miler through some varied Kent countryside. Setting out from the station, the walker is soon walking past Cuxton church and ascending into a local nature reserve. Then, it's on across some undulating farmland, with some great views, before a pleasing woodland section leading to the Darnley Mausoleum in Cobham Park. Shortly after, lunch is had in Cobham, with it's choice of hostelries, or church, in this case. Thereafter, there's some familiar terrain passing the village of Henley Street and then on past Luddesdown, with its church and organic farm. Here the walker joins the Wealdway, which is followed to Great Buckland. Then, it's a decent section of woodland walking before descending to views of the semi-industrial Medway River Crossing area and so on to Halling. The walk can be finished here, but it's well worth the extra mile to complete the journey in Snodland, particularly if you are able to do the 'main' or 'longer' routes, which this walker didn't, following the 'direct' route instead. (The unidentified bird on Holborough Marshes is now believed to be a Reed Bunting. Some wind interference on vocal.).


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