Launch of Bore Place Walks
Saturday 24th February 10:30am - 2:00pm
Adult tickets: Free
Child tickets: Free
A free guided walk celebrating the opening of 3 walking trails at Bore Place
Our popular field trail walk is being renovated and improved with new waymarkers, new picnic areas, new information boards, new walking maps and two new routes! Bore Place will have three circular walks of different lengths taking in glorious views, ancient woodlands and numerous ponds brimming with wildlife. Come and join us to the launch the new trails!
To celebrate the launch we’re offering a free guided wildlife walk following the Green Trail (2.2km) or you can pick up one of our all-new trail maps to take a self-guided walk around the Red Trail (4.6km) or Blue Trail (2km).
Our resident wildlife expert and Education Coordinator, Tom Forward, will lead the walk which will take in stunning views over Bough Beech reservoir and the wintery structure of bare woodlands. You’ll look out for flocks of winter wildfowl and spot wildlife tracks in the ground.
The guided walk will leave at 11:30am and last around 1½hrs. Numbers on the free guided walk must be limited so sign up below to secure places. Remaining places will be allocated on the day on a first come, first served basis.
We’ll have a pop-up café open 10:30am-2:00pm serving tea, coffee and cake – the perfect end to a lovely countryside ramble (or energy boost before!)
For more information about the project and the trails, click here.
- Dogs welcome on leads to join the walk, but not permitted in buildings
- Walk not suitable for buggies or pushchairs
- Children welcome
- The walks includes stiles, gates and squeeze gaps
This 'Connecting Trails: Engaging Experiences' project is supported by funding from Sevenoaks District Council Community Grant Scheme and Ibstock Cory Environmental Trust.
Complete the form below to make a booking.