After a delicious lunch in Tunbridge Wells venture out to the woods.
There are a number of woodlands that encircle Tunbridge Wells providing you with plenty of choice as to where to roam and stretch your legs.
At the southern edge of the town Hargate Forest, dating back to the Middle Ages, was originally part of a large network of forests that made up the Sussex High Weald landscape.
The woods which are home to numerous woodland birds and animals are complete with brilliant views and trails to follow which are particularly suitable for little ones.
Nellington Wood with its meandering stream and pond nestles in the valley between Rusthall and Langton Green, these woods form part of the access link to the Tunbridge Wells Circular Walk.
Don’t miss the spectacular bluebell display in Spring as the woodland floor is transformed into a stunning pool of blue.
Southborough Common lies behind St. Peters Church, where the old oak trees tumble away down to the stream. The strange sandstone ravine almost entirely covered in moss provides an oasis for creatures that creep and crawl!
Ashdown Forest is home to Winnie the Pooh. Discover the important locations where Winnie the Pooh and his companions had their adventures on one of two Pooh Walks.
The shorter walk includes the Enchanted Place and Roo’s Sandy Pit while the longer walk takes you to Eeyore’s Sad and Gloomy Place, and the North Pole, which was found by Pooh and is the starting point for many great expeditions.