Amazingly it is already ten years since Kent Wildlife Trust acquired the site and five years since our volunteer team started work. As the reserve matures we are continually finding new species of…
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Our Volunteers do a tremendous job and without them, Polhill Bank wouldn’t be in the state it is currently. With our plans to expand and restore 40 acres of land at Polhill, our volunteers and…
Our extension of Polhill will see us take on a tiny, old eco-bridge. Eco-bridges are wildlife corridors designed to connect habitats, allowing animals to pass between areas separated by human…
Noted local botanist Joyce Pitt recalls her memories of Polhill Bank. Joyce has worked as a volunteer for Kent Wildlife Trust for many years, including as an Honorary Warden of the reserve.
Kent Wildlife Trust volunteer Margery Thomas talks about a very special visit to Hothfield Heathlands from Clare Balding who came along to meet the reserve's important Konik ponies.
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!
Kent Wildlife Trust volunteer Margery Thomas talks about the stunning Hothfield Heathlands Nature Reserve and what kind of species we can expect to find there in August.
Lydden Temple Ewell is a massive reserve, home to a host of exciting and often rare species of birds, plants and insects - many of which have started emerging in these spring months.
Local Wildlife Site volunteer trainee Christine Davison reflects on the experience of her traineeship with Kent Wildlife Trust.