Site Guide Leaflets

Listed below are site guides about nature reserves and other wildlife sites in our Partnership area. As well as our own guides to the sites we work on, you will find those of some of the other organisations with whom we work regularly. Sites are listed alphabetically by name, all these documents are free to download .

Westgate Parks

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.

Westgate Parks Leaflet (PDF 1MB)

Charing Alderbed Meadow

A small but wildlife-rich area of wet woodland and meadow on the outskirts of Charing.
Charing Alderbed Meadow Guide

Charing alderbed leaflet


Explore farmland and wildlife habitats, including a wetland created when the HS1 railway line was constructed.
Evegate Farm Wetland Trail Leaflet

Great Stour Meadow (Givaudan)

A lovely meadow created in the grounds of a factory, a riot of colour in early summer. Also ponds and other habitats.
Great Stour Meadow Trail Leaflet

Givaudan leaflet

Jumping Downs

A stunning downland deep in the heart of the beautiful Elham valley. Chalk grassland with orchids and other wild flowers
Jumping Downs Guide Part 1

Jumping Downs Guide Part 2

King’s Wood

One of the largest blocks of woodland in south-east England, with a range of woodland habitats and a unique art trail.
Kings Wood Explore & Enjoy Guide

Walk 1 – Molash      Walk 2 – Chilham      Walk 3 – Godmersham      Walk 4 – Boughton Lees-Challock

Friends of Kings Wood Leaflet Part 1

Friends of Kings Wood Leaflet Part 2

King's Wood walking guide brochure

No Mans Orchard

A lovely traditional orchard on the North Downs Way, managed by and for the local community.
No Mans Orchard Guide Part 1

No Mans Orchard Guide Part 2

No Man's Orchard leaflet

Wildsites on your Doorstep (features many sites throughout our Partnership area)

This guide to the wildlife and habitats of our Partnership area features over 40 sites to explore. All images were produced by local people who took part in the Wild Sites project.
Wild Sites Booklet

Discover Wild Sites brochure - front cover