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  • Medway's nightingales get reprieve from housing plan

    Tuesday 5th September, 2017

    Nightingale © Amy Lewis

    The RSPB and Kent Wildlife Trust welcome the withdrawal today of the planning application to build 5,000 houses at Lodge Hill, Medway (Kent).

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  • Kent Wildlife Trust Update - Mike Bax

    Thursday 27th July, 2017

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  • You don’t need to be ‘Chelsea’ standard to be a winner in the Wild About Gardens Awards Scheme!

    Monday 22nd May, 2017

    Wild About Gardens

    The official launch event of the Kent Wildlife Trust Wild About Gardens Awards Scheme 2017 was held at the Brogdale National Fruit Collection, Faversham, in April thanks to our lead sponsor AmicusHorizon.

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  • Come and hear Kent's nightingales

    Wednesday 26th April, 2017

    © Bill Bastion

    Events in Kent and Medway seek out nature's superstar soloist

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  • Kent Wildlife Trust - An Update

    Tuesday 25th April, 2017

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    Tuesday 28th March, 2017

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  • ‘Nurdles’ pose major threat to marine life

    Wednesday 22nd February, 2017

    Reculver strandline © Bryony Chapman

    Tiny plastic pellets found on 73% of UK beaches

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  • Winning in a changing climate: a jewel wasp new to Britain found in Kent

    Monday 20th February, 2017

    Hedycrum nobile by Grant Hazelhurst

    This jewel wasp is a species new to Britain and new to Kent, found on our reserves and most likely enabled by a changing climate – we always think of climate change as bad, but as species are pushed out of their continental range and expand north, they have to find stepping stones of habitat further north or go extinct. We are going to lose species to climate change, but also gain them.

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  • Supporting Our Latest Appeal at the White Cliffs Festival of Winter Ales.

    Thursday 16th February, 2017

    White Cliffs Festival of Winter Ales

    We took a visit to the White Cliffs Festival of Winter Ales in Dover to talk to the local community about supporting our land purchase appeal.

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  • Fantastic news for Kent’s natural heritage as National Lottery invests £3.65m into land and coastal projects

    Tuesday 24th January, 2017

    St Thomas Becket, Fairfield Romney Marsh by Ray Lewis

    Thanks to National Lottery players, grants totalling more than £3.65m for three projects across Kent will reconnect people with their natural heritage and protect it for future generations.

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