Sweeping panoramic views are not what you expect to find in the heart of the Medway towns but this site has long defied convention. This is our most diverse reserve which is home to the largest…
Downe Bank is a uniquely special nature reserve, due to fundamental scientific studies carried out here by Charles Darwin.
This Ancient semi-natural woodland is recognised as a site of international importance for wildlife.
A west and south-west facing slope of the North Downs on the eastern side of the Darent Valley.
A chalk downland site with a good plant community.
Lying along the edge of the river Medway, this patchwork of wet fields and scrub is criss-crossed by ditches and home to many rare and unusual plants and animals.
Rich in flora and fauna, this important reserve contains Kent's last four valley bogs and one of its few remaining fragments of open heath.
This is one of the Trust's smallest reserves, wet woodland.
An ancient woodland with some areas of grassland with interesting associated flora.
Ancient woodland with a wide range of ground flora.