For the first time in many years, Kent has been subject to a real natural rarity – snowfall.
As a new year begins, it’s natural for us to start thinking about what we’ve achieved, and to consider our hopes for the coming months.
When you think of wildlife at Christmas, you'll most likely find the robin popping into your head. Most people will certainly think of robins as the bird of the season, but how much do you…
You might have heard a lot lately about plastic pollution, but what small changes can you make to have a big impact? Here are 5 tips to get you started
Kent Wildlife Trust volunteer Margery Thomas talks about the month of December on Hothfield Heathland.
A new urban RNR in Tonbridge is designated this year!
As we wave goodbye to summer and say hello to autumn it may be assumed that it also marks the end of our Forest School programme until the spring, however this is far from the truth.
Kent Wildlife Trust volunteer Emily Neighbour shares her experience joining a guided walk at our Old Park Hill nature reserve with our Hill at the Heart Project Officer.
Francesca Wilkinson has set herself the challenge of a 300-mile bike ride from London to Paris. We’re absolutely delighted and grateful that she has chosen Kent Wildlife Trust as the charity she…
When we last checked in with Guardians of the Deep we were thrilled to announce our success in securing a £446,100 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Our new Project Officer Zoë Stevenson…