Marsh Green walk
3.8 miles (6.1km) approx. 7,600 steps. Allow 2 hours.
The walk route takes advantage of popular bridleways and
paths through open fields, with excellent views and passes on into
This is popular walk starts by the Wheatsheaf public house in
the historic village of Marsh Green near Edenbridge.
The village was first recorded in 1580, during the reign of
Queen Elizabeth I. In the 1970s, John Osborne, the author and
playwright who wrote Look Back in Anger, made his home at Christmas
Place just outside the village.
The village economy has always been linked to that of the larger
settlement at Edenbridge, which was at the heart of the Wealden
iron industry. The Eden Valley Museum has excellent displays of
life and work in Edenbridge and the surrounding countryside over
Look out for other notable local visitor attractions in the area
such as Hever Castle - the childhood home of Anne Boleyn and
historic buildings in the centre of Edenbridge.
Refreshments and facilities: Marsh Green and Edenbridge.
How to get there
Postcode starting point: TN8 5QL.
By car: From A25 at Westerham, follow signs for
B2026 to Edenbridge.Once past Edenbridge turn right to follow B2028
to Marsh Green. Can also follow B2026 from A264 near Cowden.
Parking: Limited on-road parking is available
in Marsh Green by the Wheatsheaf Pub.
Bus: 236 (East Grinstead – Oxted) Mon-Fri 2-4
231/233 (Tunbridge Wells – Lingfield) Sat 2 or 3 journeys
Traveline: 0871 200 22 33.
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please call 0845 345 0210 or use the online
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