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The Countryside of South East England

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Visit South East England
Official tourism web site for the South East of England. Jump to: Country Parks, Countryside BreaksOutdoor Activities

The Conservation Volunteers - South East
Through the work we do, we support, encourage and celebrate volunteers and volunteering.

Coast and countryside in London and the South East | National Trust
There's coast, downland, grassland, hills to climb, rivers and more for you to enjoy on a day out in the countryside in the South East.

Accessible Countryside - South East England
This is the place to locate countryside walks, parks, nature reserves, beaches etc. in South East England, that are accessible to wheelchair users, mobility scooters, pushchairs and buggies.

National Nature Reserves in London and the south east of England
Find out which NNRs are located in this part of England. Jump to: Counties.

South East England Gardens
Find gardens to explore in the south east of England.

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    World Water Day has been held on March 22nd every year since 1993 to raise awareness of the importance of our freshwater resources. This year, the focus was on the links between climate change and water. We wanted to share Read more…

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  • Welcome David!

    We would like to introduce David Courtneidge as our new Project Officer in the River Restoration Delivery Team. David started in mid-January and is already getting stuck into several projects on the River Darent at Otford and Eynsford, the River Read more…

  • Welcome to Niki!

    We are very happy to welcome Niki Karagkouni, our new GIS Analyst! Niki’s background is in Geo-informatics and Topography, joining us with an MSc in Environmental Sciences. Niki has many years of experience as a researcher, working on both marine Read more…

  • Coronavirus update

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  • Funding success for Watercress and Winterbournes

    We are delighted to announce that our Landscape Partnership Scheme, Watercress and Winterbournes, has been awarded £1,937,800 by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

  • Welcome Harry!

    We are pleased to introduce Harry – our new Assistant Project Officer! Harry will be joining Toby, Nick and Miguel in the River Restoration Delivery Team. He has already been put to the test supporting our work at Acacia Hall Read more…

  • Welcome to Miguel!

    We’re pleased to welcome Miguel – our new Assistant Project Officer. Miguel will be joining our River Restoration Team. He has already been out and about with the Team delivering our restoration work at Acacia Hall on the Darent – Read more…

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    We are pleased to announce our new project – Preventing Plastic Pollution! What is the Preventing Plastic Pollution Project? Working in partnership with 18 organisations from across France and England, the Preventing Plastic Pollution Project seeks to understand and reduce Read more…

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