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Join us for a walk in the countryside

23rd September 2021

CPRE Kent launches its trial ‘netwalking’ events. The walks take you to explore a different area of the county every month.

As we reflect on getting back to ‘normal’ life, our memories of lockdown are of how grateful we all are to get outdoors and enjoy the countryside.

Those of you who attended, or have now watched, Professor Jules Pretty’s presentation on Health, Nature and Low Carbon Good Life will be aware of the documented benefits of being outdoors – whether it’s being in your own garden, local park or the wider countryside, and whether it’s for the purposes of gardening, admiring the view, walking or running.

Join our monthly netwalking events

As the countryside charity, CPRE Kent wants to be at the forefront of championing these benefits – and we’d like you to get involved.

Starting on Friday 24 September 2021, we’d like to trial a ‘netwalking’ event. The idea is that these walks will start at 10am on the last Friday of the month – moving each month to a different area of the county.

These walks will be undertaken at your own risk. We’ll ensure that we have forward and back markers, so you can walk at a pace that’s comfortable for you. Needless to say, you’ll need to wear a pair of sturdy shoes and bring wet-weather gear and water to drink. You’ll also need to be prepared to walk on uneven ground and climb over stiles.

If you’d like to take part in one of the monthly events, please email and we’ll be in touch with the walk details.

A couple walking and laughing together
Bill Waters