Kent Wildlife Trust is supporting Kent Fire and Rescue Service’s (KFRS) campaign to reduce accidental grass fires in the county.
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Kent Wildlife Trust appeals to people’s love of nature following last weekend’s fires, vandalism, littering and disturbance to wildlife at their nature reserves.
Studio McLeod and Ekkist have been selected as the preferred architect for their design of the proposed new visitor centre for Kent Wildlife Trust’s Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve.
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…
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-…
In 2011 the idea of reintroducing water voles to Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve was first suggested and now, three years later, we are delighted to have recently reintroduced fifty of them.
Queendown Warren Green Team are the Environmental Volunteers of the Year.