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Man of Kent or Kentish man? It all depends whether you come from east or west Kent, apparently – the dividing line being the River Medway. Hailing from the east side, I’m a Man of Kent, while those from the west are Kentish Men. Similarly, that makes my sister a Maid of Kent rather than a Kentish Maid. But either way, I’m proud of my home county and all it has to offer for walkers, despite my regular craving for mountains. And I’ve met lots of ramblers who are similarly proud of their patch. We are a comparatively small nation – after all, nowhere in Britain is further than 70 miles from the sea. Yet few countries have such diversity of landscape or such strong local identities. This issue celebrates those unique qualities with a feature on Great British coastal walks. Our gear feature highlights a range of outdoor kit that’s still made on these shores, and art historian Gus Casely-Hayford talks about the places that inspired some of Britain’s best-loved painters. Ramblers member Huw Francis invites us to discover his hometown of Llanelli, while Mark Rowe follows the Coleridge Way through the Quantock Hills – the first designated AONB in England. It’s not all about coast and countryside, of course – that’s why the Ramblers has launched a new urban walking policy that considers how we can create green, accessible towns and cities that are truly designed with walkers in mind. Find out more about our bold vision for urban utopias in this issue.

Matthew Jones
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Walk is Britain’s biggest walking magazine aimed at anyone who enjoys the outdoors on foot: from weekend strollers to expert mountaineers. Inside every edition you’ll find lavishly photographed features of the best walks across the UK and abroad, reviews of the latest outdoor gear, interviews with the biggest names from the outdoors world, expert tips and advice, OS-mapped route cards and beautifully illustrated field guides to help make the most of your trips. And just to prove we know what we’re talking about, we’re also the flagship publication of the Ramblers, so we’ve got the most knowledgeable and enthusiastic walkers in the country to impress every quarter. We hope you enjoy it as much as they do!
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Walk   |   Spring 2017   


Man of Kent or Kentish man? It all depends whether you come from east or west Kent, apparently – the dividing line being the River Medway. Hailing from the east side, I’m a Man of Kent, while those from the west are Kentish Men. Similarly, that makes my sister a Maid of Kent rather than a Kentish Maid. But either way, I’m proud of my home county and all it has to offer for walkers, despite my regular craving for mountains. And I’ve met lots of ramblers who are similarly proud of their patch. We are a comparatively small nation – after all, nowhere in Britain is further than 70 miles from the sea. Yet few countries have such diversity of landscape or such strong local identities. This issue celebrates those unique qualities with a feature on Great British coastal walks. Our gear feature highlights a range of outdoor kit that’s still made on these shores, and art historian Gus Casely-Hayford talks about the places that inspired some of Britain’s best-loved painters. Ramblers member Huw Francis invites us to discover his hometown of Llanelli, while Mark Rowe follows the Coleridge Way through the Quantock Hills – the first designated AONB in England. It’s not all about coast and countryside, of course – that’s why the Ramblers has launched a new urban walking policy that considers how we can create green, accessible towns and cities that are truly designed with walkers in mind. Find out more about our bold vision for urban utopias in this issue.

Matthew Jones
Editor
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