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Theresa May’s speech on the environment on January 11th shows that, at last, a Government is seeing how much the environment means to the people of the UK, not least young people.
Kent Wildlife Trust has received a grant for £34,744 from Biffa Award, a multi-million pound fund that helps to build communities and transform lives through awarding grants to communities and…
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.
The Ham Fen Peat Basin Restoration Project - thanks to funding from Coca Cola - will focus on Kent Wildlife Trust’s continued efforts to restore and enhance Kent’s last remaining ancient semi-…
Kent Wildlife Trust is delighted to announce that the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) is supporting a £450,000 project to involve people in looking after Kent’s marine environment.
Kent Wildlife Trust has begun a progressive new project to reverse the decline in grassland, wetland and woodland habitats in river catchments across Kent.
The long-awaited public consultation on the next stages of Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ) designation was launched on Friday (30th January).
Add a well-placed barn owl box and Hothfield Heathlands becomes an ideal spot for barn owls.
The change of weather in October took quite a bit of adjustment. Our gang of volunteers quickly changed from tee-shirts and shorts to waterproofs and wellies. None-the-less our dedicated gang…