These publications cover multiple sites or the Partnership area as a whole.
The Kentish Stour
A guide to the rivers and streams of the Kentish Stour Catchment covering wildlife, recreation, conservation and how to help local rivers. Includes map and profiles of all major watercourses.
Wild Sites on your Doorstep
This 32 page booklet is a guide to the wildlife and habitats of our Partnership area and features over 40 sites to explore. Most of the images were produced by local people who took part in the Wild Sites project.
Canterbury’s Wild Stour
This leaflet focuses on the wildlife of the River Great Stour including mammals, birds and insects. It includes a map of sites along the river in and around Canterbury and information about each one.
Westgate Parks Guide
Situated alongside the River Great Stour in the historic city of Canterbury, the Westgate Parks are four unique green spaces all linked by surfaced paths accessible to everyone.
Single site leaflets
Charing Alderbed Meadow Wildlife Guide
A booklet about the species and habitats of this small but wildlife-rich area of wet woodland and meadow on the outskirts of Charing.
The Great Stour Meadow Wildlife Trail
A lovely meadow created in the grounds of a factory, a riot of colour in early summer. Also ponds and other habitats.
Jumping Downs Local Nature Reserve
A stunning downland nature reserve, deep in the heart of the beautiful Elham Valley. Chalk grassland with orchids and other wild flowers.
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King’s Wood – Explore and Enjoy
One of the largest blocks of woodland in south-east England, with a range of woodland habitats and a unique art trail.
You can also download the individual walks in this leaflet as PDFs:
No Mans Orchard Local Nature Reserve
A lovely traditional orchard on the North Downs Way, managed by and for the local community.