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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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RSS Blog – South East Rivers Trust
  • Soil management for water resources – a can of worms? 21st October 2020
    Earthworms are probably not the first iconic species you think of in the context of river health. It’s easy to laugh at the notion that the wriggly pink strings that hide underneath your compost bin are a key part of Read more…
  • Volunteering is back – tell a friend! 1st October 2020
    September has been an exciting month for us at the Trust, because we’ve been able to re-introduce volunteering events and get back to what we love most: getting stuck in to helping rivers with other likeminded people. As you’d expect, Read more…
  • Achy arms and elbow grease – Harry’s NFM diary. 14th September 2020
    Through our ongoing Natural Flood Management project (FRAMES), I’ve recently been working as part of a team in Kent focusing on construction of leaky wooden structures (LWS) – you can learn more about them, and how they work, in Dean’s Read more…
  • Introduction to Leaky Woody Structures – NFM in action. 24th August 2020
    In Natural Flood Management we seek to use the landscape to store water during flood events, to reduce peak flows downstream, and make damage to homes and businesses less likely. See our ‘Natural Flood Management – how does it work?’ Read more…
  • Kingsnoad Pond: Natural Flood Management 14th August 2020
    An earlier blog provided an overview on the work the South East Rivers Trust (SERT) is carrying out in the School Stream catchment to identify potential Natural Flood Management (NFM) projects alongside partners in the Medway Flood Partnership and EU Read more…
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