Saturday 10th December 12.30-2pm
Walk 2. To the Hills.
What Three Words location: unionists.licks.headrest : https://w3w.co/unionists.licks.headrest
Meeting at Crete Road West just inside the kissing gate at 12.20pm, for a pre-walk hello and intro.
A circular walk along Folkestone Downs from Round Hill over to Castle Hill with the possibility of walking down to Holywell. On the day we will self-assess our group’s mobility and conditions underfoot before deciding on the exact route. There will be a break half-way through the walk for a sit down and a talk, please bring blankets and a drink.
From the roundabout at A259 Canterbury Road and Churchill Avenue follow A260 Canterbury Road approx 0.7 miles towards Hawkinge. Take 2nd turning on the left onto Crete Road West. Meeting Point approx 100m along Crete Road West. Free parking on street parking.
From Folkestone bus station bus numbers 16, 73. Get off at Holywell Avenue. Walk 0.7 miles up the hill. Turn left onto Crete Road West, approx. 100m to meeting point.
The reading for this walk comes from The Willow Herb Review ‘a digital platform to celebrate and bolster nature writing by emerging and established writers of colour’. The selected texts focus on themes of place and home. This week please consider the following question: Where do you consider home to be, is it more than one place and what is it that gives you a sense of home?
Rotten Perfection, by Prasanthi Ram
Goodbye House, by Samantha Cheh
Finding a Way Out: Lost in East Gippsland, by Christina Ng