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Keeping things flowing

KSCP have been working to maintain and improve urban watercourses in our partnership area. Thanks to funding from Kent County Council directed at managing watercourses not overseen by the Environment Agency or Internal Drainage Boards, we have carried out work to keep water flowing where it should and help prevent local flooding. Maintenance has included […]

Art restoration – in the middle of a woodland?

Work is in progress in King’s Wood, Challock to secure and restore the remaining sculptures for the Stour Valley Creative Partnership, who have formed to take forward and expand upon the legacy of the Stour Valley Arts. KSCP’s Ashford volunteers were working on Richard Harris’s living sculpture of sweet chesnut and on Rosie Leventon’s B52 piece.

The nightjar that won’t fly away

KSCP have installed a nightjar picnic table in RSPB Blean Woods. The seat was made by Steve Portchmouth through a partnership between KSCP, Canterbury City Council and the RSPB. It is on the ride which runs south to north at the junction with the Radfall (TR100602). It has a sculptured nightjar www.ativan777.com on top of […]

King’s Wood gets a pair of new ponds.

The Kentish Stour Countryside Partnership (KSCP) working with the Friends of King’s Wood and the Forestry Commission received funding from Viridor Credits to restore two ponds in King’s Wood, Challock with the work to complete the project finishing in early December. The original ponds were installed by KSCP in 2005 using puddled clay. However in […]