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GARDEN OF ENGLAND

GARDEN OF ENGLAND

All things Kentish, these books on Kent and travel in the Garden of England help us appreciate the sights and beauty.


DEAL: All in the Downs
GREGORY HOLYOAKE    Book Number: 79642
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The Great Downs is that area of the English Channel that lies between the Kent coast and the Goodwin Sands, 50 square miles of what has become known as the most famous anchorage in the world. Its u...
BATTLEFIELD WALKS: Kent and Sussex
RUPERT MATTHEWS    Book Number: 81235
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What a superb little book this is for anyone wishing to explore the Kent and Sussex regions. As these are the closest areas to the continent they have long been a favoured route for invaders, such...
KENT FAMILY WALKS
CHRISTINE BALDWIN    Book Number: 81676
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Flat walks suitable for all ages and abilities, explore the beautiful Kent coastline and countryside with these 30 walks, varied in length. From beach reserves, woodland rambles, water wonderlands...
NATURAL KENT
BRYNMOR GREEN    Book Number: 81681
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With its varied geology, benign climate and nearness to the continent, Kent has one of the richest floras and faunas of any county in the country. The first figure (of ten included in this excelle...
PUB AND TEASHOP DRIVES IN KENT
RUPERT MATTHEWS    Book Number: 81685
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The drives have been designed so that you will be able to have a light lunch at the pub then travel through the beautiful Kent countryside stopping off at points along the way and arrive at a teash...
TONBRIDGE & AROUND THROUGH TIME
ROBERT TURCAN    Book Number: 81690
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On the upper reaches of the River Medway in the heart of Kent, Tonbridge expanded with the coming of the railway and is notable for the remnants of its ancient castle, great public school buildings...