This Sunday 28 November – Join us in a Kent wide day of action!

This  Sunday, November  28, residents and amenity groups across Kent are holding a Joint Day of Action on the theme of Save Kent’s Green Spaces.

There will be peaceful and law-abiding protests across the county. The intention is to show the Government by the sheer numbers of people taking part that ‘Enough is enough’.

The VCS contribution will be a walk to the greenfield site behind the historic  Abbey Gate Place, and adjacent to our Walnut Tree Meadow Nature Reserve, that the borough council has selected as suitable for 250 homes in its Local Plan Review.

We would like to invite you to join us for the walk. Press the button below for more details

COVID-19 Update:

The Valley Conservation Area is currently open. You are welcome to visit and enjoy the area during your daily exercise. We do ask that you abide by the following:

  1. Respect other visitors and observe Government guidance, making sure you maintain social distancing at all times.
  2. Respect the area, please clear up after your dog and take litter home with you.
  3. Take care, some of the paths may become slippery, particularly when wet.

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