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The Landscape Trust’s reserves
What better way to enjoy the countryside than wandering through a tranquil reserve, listening to the birdsong, breathing in the fresh air and taking in the stunning displays of wildflowers?
The Landscape Trust is therefore delighted to own a number of reserves in the AONB including Teddy Heights and the Coldwell Horseshoe (Coldwell Parrock, Coldwell Meadows and Coldwell Bank) which visitors are welcome to explore and enjoy.
The reserves provide ideal habitat for a range of wildlife. Reports of sightings on the reserves regularly appear in the Keer to Kent magazine and John Wilson, President of the Landscape Trust, produces annual bird reports.
There are many opportunities to get involved in looking after these sites, with volunteers going out regularly to manage various woodland and grassland habitats. See our volunteering page for details.
- Telephone:01524 761034