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Channel 4's Hunted contestants finish on Isle of Sheppey after Sittingbourne stay

By Poppy Jeffery

Competitors on Channel 4’s Hunted ended the series on the Island last night after a short stint through Sittingbourne.

Locations such as the Coniston Hotel on London Road in Sittingbourne, Queenborough harbour and the Sheppey Crossing were used in the programme.

The four finalists have had to hide for a month from top ‘hunters’, in order to win a share of £100,000.


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Contestant Ayo in the Coniston Hotel They had to reach the boat on Sheppey Ayo making his way through Sittingbourne Queenborough harbour from above They waited on the all-tide landing The Sheppey Crossing from above- 10 minutes left The landing platform below the bridge The contestants get away and win a share of £100,000

The hunters use top technology to attempt to track them down via methods such as phone signals and CCTV.

The programme finished under the Sheppey Crossing, with the contestants clambering on-board a small getaway boat.

Much to the dismay of residents, the hunters mispronounced Queenborough, calling it ‘Queensborough’ multiple times - with one resident commenting: "They keep saying Queensborough! Arghhhhhhhhhhh".

Channel 4's Hunted. Picture: Channel 4
Channel 4's Hunted. Picture: Channel 4

Channel 4’s show has just finished the second series and the episode is available to watch on 4OD.

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