Sanram one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Sandwich and Ramsgate.

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Grid Ref TR3298958140
Lat / Lon 51.27475° / 1.33909°
Easting / Northing 632,989E / 158,140N
Grid Ref TR3835964792
Lat / Lon 51.33224° / 1.42037°
Easting / Northing 638,359E / 164,792N
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Sanram One's land is

Arable 10.6%
Intertidal flats 10.0%
Marshes 9.4%
Pasture 2.0%
Urban 68.0%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018



25 Oct 2021 Autumn

The first 2.5 miles of this route, from the bridge at Sandwich to the Ebbsfleet Roundabout, is alongside the main Ramsgate Road through the Great Stonar and Richborough industrial estates. It s not a particularly attractive or pleasant route, but there is no realistic alternative. The route follows the England Coast Path (ECP) throughout, but the published Slow Ways route does not follow the official diversion from Stonar Cut, which continues along the Ramsgate Road and avoids Richborough Port and truck park. There is currently no access along that part of the ECP, so you have to follow the diversion along the road to just beyond the Ebbsfleet Roundabout. From that point the ECP follows a rewarding route through the Stonelees Nature Reserve and Pegwell Bay Country Park (cafe and toilet facilities by the car park at the north end of the park). It then continues to Cliffsend, and along the clifftop path to Pegwell (two pubs). Then along the West Cliff Promenade (toilets) into Ramsgate.
The ECP is well signposted and waymarked along the whole route.
The sections through Stonelees Nature Reserve and along the clifftop between Cliffsend and Pegwell are unmade paths, which are narrow in places and include stiles, steps and kissing gates.

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