WALKING THE DEER LINE
A series of walks seeking out the remains of the Cursus Cerve, an ancient boundary line across Thanet caused in legend by a saint's pet deer. I will show archaeological and historical sites and telling stories about these. All the walks are free, and in the spirit of a pilgrimage, participants will receive an artwork-token to mark their participation. Each walk will last approximately two hours to include regular stops.
There are three different walks: The Meet, The Pit, and An Ending.
Times and meeting points as follows:
The Meet. Walks take place from The Garden Gate, Westbrook, at 2 pm on Sunday June 5, Wednesday June 8, Saturday June 11.
The Pit. Walks take place from the village green, The Street, Acol at 2 pm on Sunday June 12, Wednesday June 15, Saturday June 18 .
An Ending. Walks take place from St Mary the Virgin Church, Minster at 2 pm on Sunday June 19, Wednesday June 22, and Sunday June 26 .
Book a place/get further information by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or texting 07708957069
I am very grateful to have received funding for these walks from Kent County Council and a research bursary from 1927.