Wednesday, 11 September 2013

Discover a secret walk in the South East #GBWalk

We're celebrating the special places that can only be found when you're out walking with our Great British Walk festival in partnership with PruHealth. Here are some highlights from across London and the South East.

Bodiam Castle, East Sussex

The Bodiam Castle team in East Sussex are putting on a series of guided walks on Wednesdays that help you uncover the secrets of the castle including why there's a Second World War pillbox in the grounds.

At Uppark in West Sussex, there's a self-guided woodland wander  with secret places so secret that the team won't even tell us what they are!

Sheffield Park in East Sussex has a fun trail for kids with a secret safari theme and one for adults too, uncovering the hidden history of the park and garden.

Why not get closer to nature by learning about the secrets of ancient trees at Mottisfont in Hants, or by looking at ways wood provides us with warmth as the temperature drops with a ranger lead walk on the secrets of charcoal.

If you're into ghost hunting there's some eerie secrets to be uncovered at Hughenden in Bucks, or if military history is more your thing, there's special secret walks at South Foreland lighthouse in Kent, or on our Buscot and Coleshill estates in Oxfordshire.

On the Surrey Hills, you'll be able to try a walking challenge taking in more than one of our special Surrey places, starting at Polesden Lacey.

There's loads more #GBWalks to try across London and South East - take a look at the walking festival map on our website.

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