Sheerness to Minster

This walk happened on Mon 15th July 9.45 am- 1.30 pm but you can follow the walk yourself using the information below.

Walk 10a of T100 Welcome to the Kitchen Table

From the station follow the route to Blue Town and imagine stories of its historic past. Then, head for Rose Street Cottage of Curiosities, an old docker’s cottage and the home of Sheppey Promenade and Big Fish Arts. We were originally treated to tea and scones here, so make sure it’s open and use it as an opportunity for a creative break.

Afterwards, take the path along Marine Parade, with great views of the estuary and head towards the Minster Gatehouse Museum where the walk ends.  If you want to look inside to see their collection, make sure you check opening times.


Walk Info

  • Duration: 3.5 hours
  • Distance: Approx 3.5 miles
  • Grading: Easy
  • Terrain: The walk is on pavements and a tarmac seaside promenade.  This walk is accessible for pushchairs and wheelchairs but it should be noted that towards the end there are steps up the cliff, with an alternative route up the hill to Minster Gatehouse Museum.

Many thanks to the original walk leader: Chris Reed

Route Map




  • Nearest train station at the start: Sheerness Station, Sheerness ME12 1RJ
  • Trains depart Sheerness at 14.48, 15.18, 15.51 16.18 and 16.48.
  • Trains depart Queenborough at 14.53, 15.23, 15.56, 16.23 and 16.53.
  • Queenborough is an interesting historic town and worth a wander.


Parking in Sheerness: There are lots of car parks in Sheerness to choose from.

Parking in Minster:

  • Sea Front, Parking, Minster, Sheerness, ME12 2NJ;
  • Shinglebank Car Park, Marine Parade, Minster on Sea, Sheerness ME12 2TE.

The 362 bus runs between Minster and Sheerness

  •  The 362 departs Minster Queens Road Co-op at 13.56 or 16.23. The journey time is about 15 minutes.
  • The 360 departs from Minster Back lane at 14.35 and then 16.10.
  •  The 367 departs Minster Scocles Rd Top to Queenborough Railway Station at 14.33 and 15.33. It takes about 15 minutes and does not go to Sheerness.
  •  (The gap around between approx 3.00 and 4.00 p.m. is because the buses become school buses during that time. )


This walk is accessible for pushchairs and wheelchairs but it should be noted that towards the end there are steps up the cliff, with an alternative route up the hill to Minster Gatehouse Museum.

Thurrock 100 walks are of different lengths and on different terrain. Some are mainly on footpaths, and others mainly on footpaths where ground may be uneven.  If this walk doesn’t suit you, there is probably another one that will.

Please note:
You need to choose walks within your capabilities; the walk leaders are experienced but must take your word that you are sufficiently fit for the grade of walk you have chosen.

Due care has been exercised in organising the walks, however Kinetika, the funders and associated partners of the project cannot accept liability for loss, accident or injury caused to any person following the routes.  Participants under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

What to bring

Please ensure that you are properly equipped for all walks. The weather can be unpredictable so bring waterproof clothing and/or sun hats and sun cream – it’s best to be prepared for everything!  Walking boots/shoes are recommended, but otherwise please wear suitable and comfortable footwear- best to leave open-toe sandals or high heels at home.  Make sure you bring a packed lunch, if necessary, and plenty to drink.


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