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The Countryside of South East England


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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RSS Blog – South East Rivers Trust
  • Acacia Hall- River Darent Restoration 16th June 2020
    Having completed most of the river works on the River Darent in Central Park, Dartford in January 2020, we now have a bit of time to tell you what we got up to! To read up on some of the Read more…
  • Hunting Himalayan Balsam! 22nd May 2020
    Can you help us defeat Himalayan balsam with your household this Invasive Species Week? This week is Invasive Species Week and it’s also the season we’d usually be out with our volunteers bashing some Himalayan balsam. This problematic plant is Read more…
  • What is Project Kingfisher? 14th May 2020
    The aim of Project Kingfisher has been to introduce children and their families to their local river and encourage them to value it.  During the most recent phase of the project, we have developed the programme so it’s now even bigger Read more…
  • The wonder of green and blue spaces! 6th May 2020
    I can so clearly remember, within a few weeks of starting my dream job at SERT, standing on the banks of a beautiful chalk stream in the headwaters of the River Loddon in Hampshire: “Oh no” (I thought) “I should Read more…
  • How to solve a problem like soil moisture monitoring – featuring Friston Forest. 30th April 2020
    We have finally been able to install some of our baseline monitoring equipment, which we are using at one of our pilot sites for the PROWATER project! PROWATER is a partnership project we are delivering locally with Kent County Council Read more…
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