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Dormouse copyright Ian Rickards

Dormouse copyright Ian Rickards

Kent Wildlife Trust is dismayed that, once again, the government has ignored its own policies meant to protect the natural environment, and has given permission for the destruction of 31 hectares of ancient woodland in order to extend Gallagher Aggregates’ Hermitage Lane quarry near Maidstone.

This irreplaceable habitat is known to support many rare and threatened species including dormice, six species of bat, birds and insects. More

wildlife7oaks2The only annual event in Kent to celebrate the wonderful world of wildlife. This FREE family fun event, now in its 6th year, will be jam packed with interactive activities including bug hunting, small mammal searches, live music, traditional folk dancing and our popular guided walks. There will be opportunities to participate in creative, environmentally aware workshops and demonstrations that share traditional values and you will go home having learnt a little bit more about your natural environment and the wildlife of Kent. More

The amalgamation of Higham and Mockbeggar Farm cricket clubs in 1962 was a happy union then that still flourishes today. Full Story

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