To celebrate the start of the summer holidays, last Saturday, Kent Wildlife Trust’s Dover Connector Project Officer Ed Turpin joined Southern Housing Group’s Community Connectors as they organised a ‘school breakout fun day’ for residents and neighbours of Bunker’s Hill. The community enjoyed gardening, painting and decorating in the morning, followed by an afternoon of activities, such as sports games and afternoon tea.
Ed Turpin, our Dover Connector Project officer at Kent Wildlife Trust, attended the event to lend a hand to the project and teach the children about horticulture and wildlife. The Dover Connector Project is a community engagement project based in Dover which is managed by Kent Wildlife Trust with the support of Dover Town Council and Dover Harbour Board. As a Dover Connector, Ed helps connect people in the local community with nature.