The Countryside of Kent
Discover the countryside of Kent on your doorstep or on holiday
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From apartments to farm houses, beach front cottages, contemporary eco-lodges, an old mill and more in locations such as nature reserves on islands, overlooking the beach and much more...
Artesian well at Oare Marshes to flow again
Locals, visitors and sailors will be able to drink again from the artesian well at Oare Marshes thanks to Kent Wildlife Trust and a £10,000 grant from Swale Borough Council.
So what now?
The General Election is over…what happens next?
General Election 2019
How are the big parties planning to address the Environment & Climate Crises?
Uncovering Coombe Down - Update
We can only look to create a Wilder Kent and reverse the alarming declines in wildlife and their habitats with continued support from our members and donors. Every piece of land we can purchase helps us ensure wildlife has more space to thrive. By connecting these areas up, we can help to rebuild our fragmented landscape.
Legacy Event 2019
Guests who have been supporting Kent Wildlife Trust for a number of years, or who have an interest in leaving a Gift in their Will were invited, and treated to a wonderful afternoon of presentations and high tea, in the superb Canterbury Cathedral Lodge setting.
The Environment Bill – The Wildlife Trusts say Nature Cannot Wait – Cross Party Support Needed
The long-awaited publication of the Environment Bill is welcome but The Wildlife Trusts are concerned that the Bill must not be delayed further if we are to tackle the serious environmental challenges we face. Cross-party support is needed to trigger nature’s recovery.
New film from Sir David Attenborough and The Wildlife Trusts calls for nature’s recovery
Sir David Attenborough, president emeritus of The Wildlife Trusts has made a short film with the charity to provide answers to the State of Nature partnership’s latest warnings of continued, devastating wildlife declines in the UK.
No let-up in net loss of UK's nature
The UK’s wildlife continues to decline according to the State of Nature 2019 report. The latest findings show that since rigorous scientific monitoring began in the 1970s there has been a 13% decline in average abundance across wildlife studied and that the declines continue unabated.
Bunker’s Hill Community Event
This week our Dover Connector Project Officer Ed Turpin joined the community of Bunker’s Hill for a fun-filled day of getting outside, green-thumbed and re-connected with nature.
Kent Wildlife Trust among 12,000 people at historic natural environment and climate lobby
Kent Wildlife Trust this week joined 12,000 people from across the UK in Westminster for historic natural environment and climate lobby with MPs outside Parliament.
Kent Wildlife Trust to travel to Westminster for meeting with MPs Mass lobby – The Time is Now – Wednesday 26th June
Kent Wildlife Trust is inviting its supporters to join them as they travel to Parliament to call on MPs to secure ambitious new laws which will halt nature’s decline and secure the recovery of wildlife and natural places across the UK.
5 New Marine Conservation Zones for Kent as part of 41 Designated by Government across the UK
Kent Wildlife Trust is delighted with the Government’s designation of an additional five Marine Conservation Zones (MCZs) in Kent but now wants to see real action.