What we do

Kent High Weald Partnership aims to connect people and nature through conservation, education, and wellbeing. Through our work we want to support the development of resilient communities and resilient ecosystems that mean people and wildlife can thrive together.

“No one will protect what they don’t care about; and no one will care about what they have never experienced.” (Sir David Attenborough)

Our small team are passionate about nature and work hard to conserve our local greenspaces and wildlife, promote community wellbeing using the great outdoors, and bring the magic of Forest School to as many children as we can.

We could not do what we do without our fantastic and dedicated team of volunteers and the valuable partnerships we hold with the local councils, community organisations and schools.

Project ideas

We help Community groups, schools, local parishes and landowners define and develop project ideas, aiding group development, site management planning, sourcing grants and lending practical support.

Sourcing external funding

We are active in seeking external funding for most of the work that we undertake, and help communities and volunteers to find grant money as and when they need it. We are happy to advise and work in partnership with other like minded organisations.

Providing opportunities for wildlife Enabling and carrying out conservation management, restoration and replacement of key habitats, including chalk grassland, ancient woodland, hedgerows, ponds and verges.

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