Grove Ferry near Canterbury in Summer.
Grove Ferry is an ideal spot for picnicking in the meadows, or fishing in the River Stour.
The historic village of Wickhambreaux near Canterbury contains a harmonious collection of substantial distinctive properties clustered around the village green, including the former watermill on the banks of the Little Stour. The most picturesque corner is to the south-
Wickham Mill (grade II listed) previously a corn mill dominates the entrance into Wickhambreaux from Littlebourne and its four storey, with attics, white weather boarded structure is a local landmark. Of particular note is the retention of the overshot waterwheel.
The mask is the work of sculptor Rick Kirby and arrived in the city as part of a sculpture festival called Blok.
This multi award winning guided Historic River Tour provides a truly entertaining experience which is perfect for visitors of all ages and nationalities.
Guided Historic River Tours have been a favourite pastime for over 80 years and this Canterbury attraction allows you to escape the busy city centre and discover Canterbury from the unique perspective of the River Stour.
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