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Using natural materials easily found walks and visits to woodlands.
Autumn art with leaves
Rose Hill Woods
The Meads Woods
Located in Selling & Chilham parishes, it is designated a Local Wildlife Site used mostly for wildlife conservation and quiet recreation. The views are stunning and panoramic giving a unique perspective on the landscape.
Cromer’s Wood is a traditionally managed ancient semi-natural woodland on the southeast side of a dry slope valley. With ancient ash pollards and spring flowers.
Gorham & Admiral’s Wood
An 85 acre ancient woodland at Bicknor, containing a huge variety of woodland types, from damp woodland on the floor of the valley, chalk woodland on its slopes and acid type woodland on higher ground.
This large and engaging site offers a mix of ancient woodland, planted secondary woodland and open grassland; together with woodland archaeology remains, wonderful walks, interesting wildlife and breath-taking views.
Walks in these woodlands connect with wildlife and the hidden history of our landscape.
Whether looking for wildlife, discovering habitats, unearthing the hidden landscape or imagining the history of these woodlands, these activities aim to be easy to use and adaptable for all ages.
Volunteering & Groups
Archaeological digs, wildlife conservation work, or just getting outdoors to meet new people and get back to nature …
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