London to Otford
Southwark: Passports available and stamped at Southwark Cathedral shop.
Borough High Street, Southwark: St George the Martyr Church. Passports are stamped in the vestry where Charles Dickens in his Little Dorrit describes Amy sleeping in front of the fireplace with the burial register for pillow.
Tabard Street, Southwark: The Royal Oak.
Old Kent Road: Rock Island at Thomas A Becket (opposite Tesco). Historic second main stop out of London where horses were watered as recoded by Chaucer. CLOSED April 2018.
Blackheath: All Saints’ Church
Shooters Hill: The Red Lion
Shooters Hill: Woodlands Farm
Lesnes Abbey: Abbey Good Coffee. Tue-Fri 10.30am-4pm; weekends 10am-4pm. Closed winter afternoons.
Eynsford: Bridge House Newsagents opposite church.
Lullingstone Roman Villa: In shop where there are refreshments. You can have the villa stamp and the red EH symbol added in red on top.
Shoreham: Ye Olde George Inn opposite the church.
Winchester to Otford
Winchester: Passports available and stamped at Cathedral entrance desk and in the shop.
Alresford: St John’s, the parish church. Office at back of the church is open Mon-Fri 10am-12 noon.
Bishop’s Sutton: A self stamp in church along with water and biscuits.
Shere: Available at Sunday morning service which is usually 10am OR phone 01483 203352 on arrival.
Abinger Hammer: The Old Post Office tearoom; open 6am-5.15pm. No stamp yet but staff will sign your passport.
Oxted: Church open Sat 10am-4pm and Sun before and after 9.30am & 4pm services.
Otford to Canterbury
Trottiscliffe: Stamp at back of church.
Aylesford: The Priory. Ask at reception.
Aylesford: St Peter & St Paul Church. Ask at parish office.
Detling: The Cock Horse Inn.
Hollingbourne: All Saints Church. Stamp at back of church.
Westwell: St Mary the Virgin Church.
Wye: Wye News, Church Street.
Godmersham: St Lawrence’s Church. Stamp on table near door.
Chilham: St Mary’s Church and The White Horse.
Canterbury: Eastbridge Hospital, High Street.