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Footpaths and Walks
From the photographs above, one can quickly see we have some special English countryside in and around the village.  In fact, the hills and countryside on the western flank of Halling Parish form part of the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). 

The Kent Downs AONB covers 878 sq. km from the White Cliffs at Dover and Folkestone to the Surrey Border. The geology of the area defines the topography and landscape features that form the basis of the natural beauty for which it is nationally recognised. A large arch of chalk, shaped like an eyelid, sweeps across Kent. This creates a central ridge through the county and forms the most important geological feature of the AONB. For more info about walks, an interactive map and opportunities to be active in the Kent Downs AONB, please see

For more information about walks and footpaths in Kent, Kent County Council or Walking In Kent