Volunteers’ Week is a chance to say thank you for the contribution millions of people make across the UK through volunteering.
This year's Mental Health Awareness Week focuses on nature and our environment. During lockdown, Vicky read two wonderful books that helped her make a better connection.
Please be an aware and responsible dog walker to help us keep Kent’s wildlife safe this spring
Read how some of our volunteers have continued volunteering throughout lockdown...
Margery Thomas explores the seasonal changes set to appear at Hothfield Heathlands in April, hopefully including the return of volunteering.
Kent Wildlife Trust volunteer, Margery Thomas, describes the snowy sights of the past month at Hothfield Heathlands and what we can look forward to in March.
The brightest greens on the reserve throughout winter are provided by the mosses, not just in the upper bog, where the SSSI citation mentions 12 species of sphagnum moss, but the many other…
While the weather is getting colder and we are turning up the heat and getting cosy at home, it's easy to forget about the wildlife outside. Take a look at a few ways to help wildlife this…
Want to know what our volunteers get up to? Read Richard's reflections as a new volunteer and find out what you could be expected to get up to.
Read about the life of a volunteer at Queendown Warren.