This May half-term Wildwood Kent celebrates our bugs in all their glory. Come and explore these darling creatures.
Spring time traditions are welcoming winter and pagan celebration of life
From Saturday 2 April – Monday 18 April, Kent’s most egg-cellent animal park, Wildwood, will be helping visitors put a spring in their step with a host of fun activities and a line-up of furry favourites.
Home to over 200 native animals, past and present and set in 40 acres (16.2ha) of beautiful ancient woodland where visitors can see bears, wolves, bison, deer, owls, foxes, red squirrels, wild boar, lynx, wild horses, badgers and beavers plus many more.
Preventing sewage from entering rivers is complex and involves more than building a bigger storage tank, reducing floods and excess storm water is key
Greens’ motion to support Climate and Environmental Emergency Bill rejected by KCC by amendment from Cabinet Member for Environment.
The science of astronomy can be taken up by anyone, and can develop into a year-round hobby and a lifelong interest.
Rangers at Wildwood Trust, Herne Bay, are currently hard at work clearing the ground for the new breeding centre in Kent as part of a ground-breaking new project to establish the first wild population of the wildcat outside of Scotland in over 200 years.
cattle movement regulations. They are concerned that the Government is undertaking the cull without real evidence that it is working. In 2008, a scientific research paper entitled, Bovine TB: The Scientific Evidence stated, “we conclude that badger culling cannot meaningfully contribute to the future control of cattle TB in Britain.”
Let’s save Princes Parade from all concretisation,
And preserve our Green Spaces for the future generation.