Wednesday, 8 July 2009

Higham Circular, 4th July

Jane Rosoux writes..

"I attach the photographs I took on the circular walk from Higham, Kent on Saturday led by Will George. There were eight in the party, including one each from the South Bank, Bromley and North East London Groups. We started off by heading north to the Saxon Shore Way and then following it via Cliffe Fort (on the opposite bank of The Thames to Coalhouse Fort, Tilbury) to Cliffe, a village situated on a low chalk escarpment on the Hoo peninsular overlooking the Thames marshes, where some of the party had a welcome drink at 'The Six Bells'. In the afternoon we returned to Higham Station through woods and across farmland where we had some some nice views. The total distance was around 13 miles. It was a lovely day although a might humid."


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