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03 De Bello CanzioJoin Kent Wildlife Trust on Bank Holiday Monday 27th May for BIGBURY REVEALED!
(Bigbury Nature Reserve, Harbledown. 10am – 4pm) – FREE entry.

Step back in time and experience Bigbury Camp as it was in 54BC. Meet up with the local Cantii tribe as they face the Roman invasion. Discover the hidden side of the recently restored Iron Age Hill Fort – a Scheduled Ancient Monument, thought to be the site of Caesar’s first battle. More

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Get into the festive spirit with two seasonal talks in December More

In their quest to conquer England, the Romans landed in Kent in 43 AD More

The village of Cliffe is situated on the Hoo Peninsula and overlooks the Thames Estuary. Early records suggest that Cliffe would have originally been known as Cloveshoo (Cliffe-at-Hoo). More

Our journey into the history of the peninsula starts with the village of Allhallows. The Village, located to the east of the Hoo peninsula, sits on the Thames estuary looking over Southend-on-sea. Allhallows, now a large village populated by over 1,500 people, was once just a small hamlet. More

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