Open from mid April to mid May, this local bluebell walk and farm trail was developed to support local charities. It offers eight interesting walks around three farms. With free car parking, dogs on leads welcomed, and a picnic area and refreshments provided by the duty charity, it makes a great day out for all the family.
Enjoy a journey on the UK’s first preserved standard-gauge passenger railway. The station is used frequently for television and films.
Between the South Downs and the sea on England’s stunning south coast, Brighton offers everything from Regency heritage to beachfront chic. Offering a fantastic mix of iconic attractions, famed nightlife, award-winning restaurants, funky arts, culture, and year-round festivals and events, Brighton really does have it all.
In Georgian times, this historic spa town gained a reputation as the place to see and be seen. Today, visitors can wander through the Pantiles of that Georgian area, enjoy shopping in the High Street and Victoria Centre, and eat in one of a selection of excellent restaurants.
Wadhurst village is a short walk away with an excellent variety of shops, including banks, a post office, chemist, butcher, green grocer, mini supermarket and several hair dressers. There is also a health food shop and tea rooms with wonderful home made cakes, where you can relax after a walk round the Castle estate. There are also two local pubs in the village – the Greyhound and the White Hart – and also Indian and Pizza restaurants and is just seven miles from Royal Tunbridge Wells.