Who doesn't like a walk in a park? We have several parks in our area that are perfect for stretching your legs or watching the wildlife
Set in the Medway Valley, Haysden Park has lakes, woodland and marshland. It is designated as a Local Nature Reserve. The lake has an accessible path suitable for wheelchairs that circuits the entire lake and plenty of benches for taking in the view.
Home to Winnie the Pooh, Ashdown Forest offers beautiful views and walks. Ashdown Forest is an ancient area of open heathland occupying the highest sandy ridge-top of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The ice-cream van can always be relied on for a cooling treat on the hottest days or tea-cake and a cuppa at Duddleswell Tea Rooms.
Dunorlan Park in Royal Tunbridge Wells. Be careful which car park you use.! The Pembury Rd entrance affords a lovely view of the the lake and the fields beyond but is at the top of a steep hill, not for the fainthearted if you are pushing a wheelchair. There are always birds to feed at the lake including chicks and goslings in the Spring and the tearoom for refreshments.