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Walking Tour - A Walk around Whitstable

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Whitstable Station

Old Bridge Road

Whitstable

CT5 1RB

United Kingdom

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A walk around this seaside town on the Thames Estuary, which also has an industrial past

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The historic harbour and seaside town of Whitstable is widely known for its annual Oyster festival, but it has other charms too. On this walk around the town and seafront we will visit the charming gardens of Whitstable Castle, see historic boats, hear about Whitstable's connection with sea diving, pass the former home of Peter Cushing and talk about one of Britain's earliest railways.  This is the fourth in a series of walks along the Medway and Kent Coast.

The walk is about 3 miles in total and includes some steps

Whitstable is about 1 hour 15 minute journey from St Pancras station

Please do not come on the event if you are unwell

Please bring water , hand sanitiser and face masks

We will walk at a social distance

 

 

 

 

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Whitstable Station

Old Bridge Road

Whitstable

CT5 1RB

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Organizer Rob Smith, Footprints of London

Organizer of Walking Tour - A Walk around Whitstable

This walk is led by Rob Smith, one of Footprints of London's guides. Rob is a qualified Clerkenwell and Islington Guide, but he leads walks all over Greater London and the South East. Rob has lived in London for nearly 30 years and is particularly interested in industrial, military and political history. He also teaches London history classes at Bishopsgate Institute, Morley College and South Thames College

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