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Halloween trail to enjoy

22nd October 2021

Halloween trail to enjoy


Enjoy a spooky walk over the North Downs

Follow our 5 kilometer Halloween trail, starting at the car park by the tennis courts and heading through some of our most haunted countryside before making a return. Keep an eye out for spooktacular decorations made by our youngsters.  Full details of the locations are in the linked pdf

Did you know that Kemsing church has a tradition of being haunted by a knight? Apparently the knight is believed to have been one of the four knights that murdered Thomas a Becket on 29th December 1170.  You might want to listen out for the clanking of the knight whilst enjoying the walk.

What you may need to bring

Some parts of the route are a bit slippery after rain, so boots are useful

You may want to take a snack and drink to maintain energy levels

There are several gates on route and you may want to carry some sanitizer to use after opening the gates or consider a pair of gloves

Please ensure your phone battery is well charged!

    Remember to download the what3words app before you leave. There is a very short tutorial provided in the menu bar - in less than a minute, you’ll be an expert!

    Following the trail

    Use what3words to find location Number 1

    When you arrive at this location look out for a Halloween decoration to check you’ve made it to the right spot

      (the discs have been made by Beavers, Cubs and Scouts with a bit of adult support)

      Use what3words to find the next location, find the disc and so on

      There are 19 locations to find. You can zoom in and/or press the satellite icon on the bottom, right hand side of the map to see an aerial image of your location. This may help with a view of where you are.

      Remember, just use your phone as an aid. Enjoy the countryside and views!


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