http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b015mqp2

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b015mqp2
Paleolithic rock shelter.

Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Shorne Wood Country Park

A fire has damaged these old oaks
The Mausoleum The highly skilled workmen could be found in a portakabin drinking tea


print this off and stick it on a choc box
Hi Ho Hi Ho (the rest of the song is non-applicable)

A grey drizzly day,so somewhere fairly local was chosen.This counrty park run by the Kent County Council has had a lot of money invested in it.Its ideal for children,disabled,the whole community.It has a friendly cafeteria and good facilities.
We went out of the environs and into Cobham park where there are some nice mature trees,and into Cobham village,where we turned down a bridleway towards the Mausoleum.After a couple of miles ,passing the mausoleum,(which is being refurbished at great expense)we turned back towards watling street and through a picturesqe and mature woodland site.Crossing over the CTRL link and the A2,we were a bit adrift as the map was published in 1997 and was out of date!
We chanced going up a long road which luckily briought us back to where we had parked.
More tea and bacon rolls and then we departed homewards.About 5 miles, a nice walk.