Ashenbank, Kent

These are woods that back onto Jeskyns and lie across from Shorne. As well as the dense areas of trees, the site has open grass areas and ponds. During the Second World War an RAF camp was constructed in the wood. Some original structures still remain from this period. The site is also home to a bronze age barrow which has been classified as a Scheduled Ancient Monument.


  • OK after wet weather – no
  • Parking fee – no
  • Toilets – no
  • CafĂ© – no
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