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“peacefull walk”

RSPB Reserve Blean Woods
Ranked #42 of 114 things to do in Canterbury
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Reviewed 15 July 2014

nice peacefull walk on a circular path, good car park with portable toilets.
suitable for pushchairs and the dissabled

1  Thank Brennda
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Reviewed 15 June 2014

Blean Woods are located just a couple of miles outside Canterbury. There are various well-signed posted walks in the woods; the shortest of which takes about 45 minutes along which dogs are permitted. Other walks dogs are prohibited. There are beautiful canopies of majestic ancient trees through which we had a lovely walk with birdsong.

1  Thank Paul M M
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Reviewed 26 May 2014

Hundreds of acres of native broadleaf trees, with the most magnificent display of bluebells at this time of the year. The rare heath fritillary butterfly is a feature, as are the nightingales, woodcock, nightjar and a wealth of songbirds. A well defined network of public rights of way add to the pleasure of this place

Thank Godfrey K
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Reviewed 22 March 2014

I feel so privileged to live close enough to this reserve to come here every week or so. I return home reinvigorated and with a sense that all is well with the world.

Thank Donsafe
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Reviewed 21 March 2014 via mobile

We visited Blean Woods today and enjoyed a very peaceful
Walk in the woods. There were spring flowers in bloom including primroses, wood anemone and marsh marigolds. The sun was shining, the paths were not too muddy and there was a chorus of bird song. It was a lovely visit and we even saw a green woodpecker fly across the path in front of us. We walked the well signed red trail, but would like to go back to walk the longer (8 mile) black trail.

Thank Naomi M
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