We are delighted to share with you our new public transport map for the Royal Saxon Way. This has been drawn for us by Susan Hoyle, who has now walked the whole route, along with Jeremy Knight. We hope they will be able to share their experiences with us in a future blog post. In … Continue reading Green walking on the Royal Saxon Way
Here is a another post to give you a flavour of what it is like to walk the Royal Saxon Way. Feeling brave, two weeks ago my wife Diana and I decided to tackle the whole of the 16 mile loop, starting at home in Lyminge and walking down to Folkestone and back. It was … Continue reading Walking the Lyminge-Folkestone loop of the Royal Saxon Way
On this cold rainy day in March, it is perhaps nice to remember that we had some glorious weather at the end of February. My wife Diana and I made the most of it to walk a central section of the Royal Saxon Way. The nice thing about this walking route is that you can … Continue reading Walking another section of the Royal Saxon Way
Blanch is currently trying out sections of the planned route - and seems to be thoroughly enjoying the challenge. The photos below are from his walk from Minster to Littlebourne and depict aspects of Minster Abbey - including an image of St Ethelburga! The Royal Saxon Way - Part Two Back on the 14 October … Continue reading The Royal Saxon Way – an update
We have worked out a walking route that links 16 historic churches from Minster in Thanet to Folkestone, via Lyminge. We are calling this the Royal Saxon Way as it highlights a number of churches and former abbeys founded by queens and princesses during the Anglo-Saxon period. St Mildrith in Minster and St Eanswythe in … Continue reading The Royal Saxon Way; a Long Walk!