Kent Wildlife Trust
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About Kent Wildlife Trust
Kent Wildlife Trust is the leading conservation charity in Kent & Medway. With over 30,000 members, the Trust aims to protect wildlife, educate the pubic, influence decision makers and restore habitats.
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1. TO RECORDS, STUDY AND PROTECT PLACES AND OBJECTS OF NATURAL BEAUTY OR OF ORNITHOLOGICAL, BOTANICAL, SILVICULTUREL, GEOLOGICAL, ZOOLOGICAL, ARCHAEOLOGICAL, HISTORICAL OR SCIENTIFIC INTEREST FROM INJURY, ILL TREATMENT OR DESTRUCTION. 2. TO PROMOTE, ORGANISE, CARRY ON AND ENCOURAGE STUDY AND RESEARCH FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF KNOWLEDGE IN THE NATURAL SCIENCES.
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Festival of Wildlife - Free Family Fun
Join Kent Wildlife Trust on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st June at our Fesitval of Wildlife at Sandwi...Published: 05-Jun-2009