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  • Family event to celebrate ‘Wilderness’ wildlife

    Friday 3rd August, 2012

    Spuckles Wood

    Nature lovers are in for a treat at the first Great Wilderness Down Open Day on Saturday 11th August between 9am-4pm with free family-friendly events and activities based in and around Stalisfield village green (post code ME13 0HY) in the heart of the mid-Kent Downs between Faversham and Charing.

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  • Discover the beauty of butterflies

    Thursday 2nd August, 2012

    Kent Wildlife Trust is running its popular ‘Kentish Butterflies Study Day’ based at Tyland Barn Visitor Centre, Sandling, Maidstone, with visits to local nature reserves on Saturday 11th August.

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  • Funding boost for Kent’s threatened wildlife

    Wednesday 25th July, 2012

    water vole on the waters edge © Greg Hitchcock

    Kent Wildlife Trust is celebrating the news that it has received £84,000 funding from SITA Trust to help protect endangered water voles on the North Kent Marshes.

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  • Cheers to wildlife

    Tuesday 17th July, 2012

    Ortega wine bottle and glasses © Biddenden Vineyards

    Join Kent Wildlife Trust for a business event with a difference on Thursday 6th September 2012, when they will be holding a Wine Tasting Evening to raise vital funds for its conservation programme.

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  • Wildlife Trust disappointed at airport delay

    Monday 16th July, 2012

    Black tailed godwit

    Kent Wildlife Trust has expressed its disappointment that the opportunity to rule out the ‘Thames Estuary Airport’ idea once and for all has been delayed.

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  • Orchid Update

    Friday 15th June, 2012

    bee orchid

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  • Time to speak up for protection for our seas

    Wednesday 13th June, 2012

    Sea slug

    Kent Wildlife Trust launches new campaign for marine advocates.

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  • Funds vital to breathe new life into Marshes

    Friday 25th May, 2012


    Kent Wildlife Trust has launched an urgent appeal to help revitalise a precious ‘jewel’ in the Medway landscape.

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  • Charity Riders Boost Kent's Wildlife

    Thursday 3rd May, 2012

    Horse and rider jumping over a hay bale

    As a result of a successful sponsored spring cross-country horse ride at Torry Hill near Sittingbourne, in which 191 riders took part - almost £6,000 has been raised towards Kent Wildlife Trust’s conservation programme.

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  • Return to Eden?

    Thursday 26th April, 2012

    View of the River Eden

    Kent Wildlife Trust has launched a new project, ‘Return to Eden’, funded by Defra, which aims to improve the ecological condition of the River Eden and its surrounding habitats for the benefit of residents, visitors and wildlife.

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