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  • Mosaic Plaques on the Move from all areas of the Fifth Continent

    Wednesday 30th September, 2015

    85 years after a plaque was unveiled to Reverend Richard Harris Barnham at a memorial service in the Guildhall, Canterbury, the Fifth Continent Steering Group celebrate the links between the clergyman, Romney Marsh and a new Heritage Lottery Funded project at a Fifth Continent Scheme ‘half-way’ event at Romney Marsh Visitor Centre.

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  • Go Wild at Free Family Festival this Summer

    Thursday 6th August, 2015

    Bug Hunt by Thomas Alexander

    The only event of its kind in the southeast, the Kent Wildlife Trust Festival of Wildlife - now in its eighth year - is back on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th August between 10am - 4pm at Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve and promises to be even more entertaining for all the family.

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  • Call for comments and five words for the ‘Fifth Continent’

    Wednesday 5th August, 2015

    Fifth Continent Consulation

    Kent Wildlife Trust and a wide range of partners are keen to gather the public’s thoughts this summer and autumn on the ‘Fifth Continent Landscape Partnership Scheme’ - a Heritage Lottery Funded project which will be submitted in October 2016.

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  • Kent Wildlife Trust wins Heritage Lottery Fund support for county-wide marine programme

    Wednesday 5th August, 2015

    Botany Bay by Bryony Chapman

    Kent Wildlife Trust is delighted to announce that the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) is supporting a £450,000 project to involve people in looking after Kent’s marine environment.

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  • Boost for Kent habitats ‘East of Eden’ with exciting new restoration project

    Wednesday 29th July, 2015

    River Medway (C) Lyndsey Rule

    Kent Wildlife Trust has begun a progressive new project to reverse the decline in grassland, wetland and woodland habitats in river catchments across Kent.

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  • Barn Owl Update

    Sunday 12th July, 2015

    Barn Owl at Oare Marshes (c) J Higham

    Barn Owl populations have struggled over the last few years. Find out how Kent Wildlife Trust are helping to protect this important bird.

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  • Robert Pocock Herbarium Exhibition

    Wednesday 24th June, 2015

    Misopates, Robert Pocock Herbarium Exhibition

    In September 2013, with the support of the Natural History Museum, Kent Wildlife Trust and a Heritage Lottery Grant, a group of volunteers started the search for Robert Pocock’s 240 plant specimens. Come and view their results and find out more about this fascinating project.

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  • Water Vole Reintroduction at Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve

    Monday 8th June, 2015

    Vole prior to release by Gareth Christian

    In 2011 the idea of reintroducing water voles to Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve was first suggested and now, three years later, we are delighted to have recently reintroduced fifty of them.

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  • 'Shoot Green Reels' Film-making workshops inspire a love for nature & wellbeing

    Friday 5th June, 2015

    Shoot Green Reels film makers

    'Shoot Green Reels' is an introduction to making movies about nature in 3x 3 hour workshops as part of Kent Wildlife Trust's Painting the Town Green Project which inspires people to connect with nature.

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  • Nemo Down Community Consultation

    Tuesday 19th May, 2015

    Meadow Pipit D Kilbey

    Calling Dover residents! Lend your voice to this project by completing our community consultation form.

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