Walk 1: A circular walk around Headcorn Village
Headcorn is lucky in having many footpaths around the Village. Here is a suggestion for a walk that starts and ends in the Village. It's around 4km, although I didn't measure it precisely. There is a map of the walk here:
Start at the entrance to the Lenham Road Fields. Cross three fields following footpath KH587. Right at the end of this you can see this little bridge (you could choose to continue on KH336, but I took a left onto KH342A.
Continue ahead, crossing the Ulcombe Road when you reach it. This becomes footpath KH342. A little further ahead you will see a disused barn on your right. Slightly further on on your right you will see a small wooded area with bluebells (in April). As you continue, take a sharp left onto footpath KH341.
Stay on this footpath, across fields, when it becomes footpath KH584. Cross Tattlebury Lane and continue towards the A274. Once there, turn left to return to the Village.
Starting point in Lenham Road
Bluebells in April
The little bridge
The path crosses through crop fields
The access from Maidstone Road
The path KH584
Walk 2: From Headcorn Village to Headcorn Aerodrome
If you'd like to check your route or make your own, then you can view the KCC Footpaths map on the link here
This walk takes you from Headcorn Station to Headcorn Aerodrome. It takes you across fields to Waterman Quarter, across the A274 to Shenley Road and the Aerodrome. There are bridges and stiles to cross. Click on the description file below to view the detail.
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