The Devil's Kneading Trough
The last time we visited our home in England was 15 months ago, little did we know that the rules and regulations of the pandemic would keep us away for so long. We were curious as to what we would find in the house and whether we had suffered any winter damage, exposed as we are on the cliffs above Dover. But happily apart from many spiders that had taken up residence in our absence all was well and we could enjoy the surrounding countryside.
As we needed to deliver our required PCR tests in the village of Wye, we decided to make a walk through the Devil's Kneading Bowl.
Known as the Devil’s Kneading Trough after its bowl-shaped appearance, this dramatic viewpoint sits at the heart of the Kent Downs Area Of Natural Beauty and is often described as Kent’s top beauty spot. Stunning views are a key feature of the AONB and from here you can see out over the flat Kentish Weald to Romney Marsh and as far as the English Channel.