'Relic' wood pasture, veteran trees and nationally rare acid grassland make up this site squeezed between major roads, railway lines, and the rapid urban development of Ashford.
A pre-Roman built hillfort in Howfield Wood.
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
This reserve is made up of a series of lakes, ponds, river, wet woodland and grasslands – creating a great place for a riverside stroll, and host to a variety of wildlife.
A west and south-west facing slope of the North Downs on the eastern side of the Darent Valley.
A species diverse ancient grassland with marginal woodland.
Created from an enormous arable field in 2009, this nature reserve is building an impressive species list as it matures into a vital part of the Medway smile living landscape.
An important wetland reserve with a range of bird species.
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.