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Folkestone
Walking Tours

Below is a list of the most frequently asked questions about the walking tours. The page will be updated as additional questions are posed by clients.

Approximately two hours.
Yes, you book a tour through this website by using the “Book Now” button on the relevant tour page.
I will be wearing either a t-shirt or sweatshirt with Folkestone Walking Tours on front and back. I will also be carrying either a blue or red satchel with the same logo imprinted on it.
I hope that you will find them informative, fun and interactive. They cover the history, architecture and art of the attractions highlighted.

I’m inclined to suggest that you should form a lynch party and storm my home, but I don’t think that will be necessary. This should not happen of course, but if I do experience an emergency that prevents me from turning up, I will endeavour to ring or email you. In this unlikely event, I will, of course, refund your payment.

I’m inclined to suggest that you should form a lynch party and storm my home, but I don’t think that will be necessary. This should not happen of course, but if I do experience an emergency that prevents me from turning up, I will endeavour to ring or e-mail you. In this unlikely event, I will, of course, refund your payment.

I have tried to make the tours as easy and accessible as possible. Folkestone has one or two short hills, a number of stairways (that we are unlikely to use) and some cobbles, but I have designed the tours to minimise, if not quite eradicate, the need to encounter them. It is also, of course, alongside the sea which can be temperamental at high tide.

If you should have mobility concerns, please contact me before your walk.

I feel that groups in excess of 15 might detract from the enjoyment of each individual and provide a challenge to me too! That said, I will endeavour to accommodate a larger number if requested.
I am sorry to say that, in consideration of the health, safety and comfort of all the walkers, I can’t allow pets on my tours. Besides common fears and allergies, they can cause distractions or safety hazards. They may also not be permitted in some establishments (though you will find that Folkestone is a dog friendly town).

Licensed service animals are, however, an exception and will be allowed on the tours.

Of course. In fact, I actively encourage it. I hope too that I can answer most, if not all, of your questions. In the event that I don’t have the answer immediately, I will contact you shortly after the end of the walk with the answer you need.
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