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Walk in Brenchley (6.0 Miles)

Time

Sunday, 18 June 2017 at 10:45

Location

Bull Inn, Brenchley, Kent

Cost

Members: Free

Non Members: £10.00

Availability

Tickets available

Dress Code

Walking Boots & Appropriate Clothing

What to expect?

The walk starts in Brenchley; an atmospheric village with several old timber frame houses, a church and a pub. This walk will take you back to Kent’s Industrial past through farmlands and orchards.
Optional lunch is available at the end of the walk.
Meet new friends and enjoy the company of other single people whilst walking through the Kent Countryside. Walking is a great way to meet single friends or to match up with a partner.
Please wear appropriate clothing and walking boots and make sure you have personal injury cover as Click take no responsibility for any injuries however caused. Please also make sure you have a bottle of water and a light snack with you. Dogs on lead are allowed.

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Venue Details



Parking

Park considerably around the village

Address

Bull Inn,
High Street,
Brenchley,
Kent,
TN12 7NQ,
United Kingdom

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Jean-Louis

Jean-Louis

14 weeks ago

Brenchley was the heart of the thriving iron industry. Large ponds were created to provide the necessary waterpower and were given workman-like names such as Hammer Pond, Pit Pond and Furnace Pond. The iron industry flourished until the 18th Century when it moved to the coal producing regions of the north. A blacksmith called Watt Tyler once lived at Brenchley and gained notoriety by leading the Peasant’s revolt in 1381. This rebellion, which originated from the introduction of a hated Poll Tax, began in Kent and Essex and soon spread throughout the country. Tyler and his men marched to London, took control of the Tower and murdered various unpopular figures including the Archbishop of Canterbury.

Philip

Philip (View profile)

5 days ago

Apologies Jean-Louis, I'm no longer able to make this one. Philip.

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