We were invited to preview part of the new North Downs Way Art Trail in the Kent Downs AONB (area of natural beauty) that spans Surrey to Kent. If you follow our Instagram page or have read our other articles you'll know we are always ready for an adventure we can do as a family. When we travel abroad or anywhere in the UK, we walk everywhere. We think its the best and only way to truly experience the place your visiting. So when this opportunity came up we jumped at the chance! Initially, I thought this was going to be a story of views, walking trails and exploring an area of outstanding natural beauty. However, once I got there, it seemed to develop into something more.
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