Did you know that we are lucky enough to have over 30 miles of marked public footpaths, not including bridleways, within the Parish Council boundaries? We are also fortunate to have the majority of Blean Woods, which provide glorious walks on 5 marked trails of up to 8 miles.
Sadly due to Kent County Council budget cuts footpaths are regarded as a very low priority and so the upkeep often falls on the Parish Council’s local volunteers who all do the best they can.
Please, if your property adjoins any of our footpaths be a good neighbour and keep your trees, plants and any foliage under control, and within your property’s boundaries. When you are out walking and find an overhanging twig or wayward nettle obstructing the footpath please feel free to cut/snap them off.