The Civil Engineers' Club
The Civil Engineers' Club exists to promote social and sporting activities amongst Civil Engineers and their families.
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The walk starts from West Malling railway station and will be approx. 7 miles long, 5 miles before lunch and 2 miles afterwards.
The route passes through open fields and woodlands and is in view of the southern slope of the North Downs. We will pass through West Malling, a moderate size market town and three developing villages: Leybourne, Birling and Ryarsh.
Places of interest along the way include the remains of Leybourne Castle and some interesting civil engineering structures.
Lunch will be at The Duke of Wellington in Ryarsh. Please register as soon as possible to assist lunch booking at the pub.
Home: 0208 300 1830
Mobile: 07967 282095
Walkers are reminded that they walk at their own risk.
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