Samphire Hoe (Dover) Reviews
Description:Appreciate the White Chalk cliffs, newest part of Kent, made from 4.9 million cubic metres of chalk marl dug to create ... more
Newest Review: ... natural environment for a nature reserve that could be enjoyed by everyone encouraging wild flora and fauna and animals to the area.. . They created a platform using this chalk that not only provided a means of dumping the chalk but to create a working centre during the construction of the tunnel with offices and laboratories on the site. It was started in 1988 and after the completion of ... more
Customer Samphire Hoe (Dover) Reviews (1)
by - written on 25/08/09 (Very useful, 292 readings)
Samphire Hoe. I would say that most people have heard about the White Cliffs of Dover but I bet you have never heard of Samphire Hoe unless of course you are a local? I recently wrote about the building of the channel tunnel in my review of the Eurostar and mentioned Samphire Hoe and thought at the time it would be a good idea for a review. What is Samphire Hoe. Samphire Hoe is the newest part of the British Isles which is man made land at the end of the North downs just below the White cliffs at Shakespeare cliffe to the west of Dover. It was created with the waste chalk marl from the drilling of the channel tunnel and ... Read the complete review
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