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No Man’s Orchard, Canterbury

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Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
No Man's Orchard means a 4.1-hectare (10-acre) Local Nature Reserve west of Canterbury in Kent. It is owned by Chartham and Harbledown Parish Councils and managed by the Kentish Stour Countryside Partnership.
"No man's land" is an area which straddles two areas of ownership, in this case the boundary between the parishes of Chartham and Harbledown. It is one of the few remaining traditional orchards in the Stour Valley.
There is access by a footpath from Bigbury Road.

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  • The walk up to No-man's Orchard from Harbledown is full of a history you can feel. The open landscape and hill where a pre-Roman encampment was settled puts you in touch with the local people who...  more »
  • Enchanting place. We took a very long walk through the neighbouring farm, which led us to the No Man’s Orchard, and further down through the woods to Upper Harbledown. It was magical, so tranquil and....  more »
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  • Beautiful country park for a picnic with places for children to run around, or for a bit of bird watching
  • Such a beautiful walk. Totally unspoilt.
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