The Government has today announced that Blean Woods, the Seasalter Levels and Wraik Hill Local Nature Reserve will receive £1,884,900 from the Green Recovery Challenge Fund.
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We can only look to create a Wilder Kent and reverse the alarming declines in wildlife and their habitats with continued support from our members and donors. Every piece of land we can purchase…
Kent Wildlife Trust is celebrating a £26,221.00 funding boost from SUEZ Communities Trust (formerly SITA Trust) for its Down the Woodland Path project.
Bough Beech Visitor Centre and nature reserve, near Ide Hill, is set to be developed as a first class centre for Forest School, education and events.
Kent Wildlife Trust, in partnership with The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), is pleased to announce the launch of an open design competition seeking registered architects and…
We took a visit to the White Cliffs Festival of Winter Ales in Dover to talk to the local community about supporting our land purchase appeal.
Kent Wildlife Trust is today launching an appeal to raise £78,000 to purchase and manage crucial extensions to its National Nature Reserve at Lydden Temple Ewell near Dover.
Visitors to Sevenoaks wildlife reserve have had a real treat over the last couple of months.
Add a well-placed barn owl box and Hothfield Heathlands becomes an ideal spot for barn owls.
Hothfield Heathlands is a SSSI listed site, owned by Ashford Borough Council and managed by Kent Wildlife Trust. It is the last remaining heathland in Kent, and one of the last remaining acid bogs…