An Ancient Hillfort Near Canterbury.
Whether standing above the clouds on a winters morning or watching the last rays of sun striking reds, purple and gold across the valley there is always something fantastic about this place.
A wildlife-rich chalk grassland, scrub and woodland
A west and south-west facing slope of the North Downs on the eastern side of the Darent Valley.
Old Park Hill has a range of habitats but needs to be managed and restored to return it to its early 20th century character, when most of the site would have been open chalk land.
Ancient chalk grassland with a very rich flora.
The 'Bank' is almost four hectares of chalk grassland on a southeast-facing hillside with commanding views of the Darenth Valley.
Orchids are well represented here, notably the fragrant orchid, with scattered groups of early spider, bee and man.
A mosiac of habitats including woodland, scrub and chalk grassland.
This must-see site for orchid aficionados has ancient woodland on a chalk escarpment with a clay cap. The slope of the valley supports mixed woodland of ash, hornbeam and beech with a hazel…