Getting outdoors during this difficult time will be more important than ever for our wellbeing. Read our latest information and guidance for safely accessing the countryside during lockdown.
Discover why walking in winter is great for the mind, body and soul as well as learning about the art of forest bathing. Visit your local woods, forest or green space and give it a go!
One in every 3 mouthfuls of food we eat depends on pollinators. Strawberries, coffee, tomatoes, apples, almonds and chocolate. These are just some of the very long list of foods that we wouldn’t have on our plates or in our mugs if it wasn’t for pollinators.
Explore Kent have packed together some family friendly fun activities which can be done come rain or shine without having to travel too far!
Exploring your local area is an amazing way to get out and active, but imagine being able to explore your local town on foot or bicycle and discovering the best of what the towns have to offer.
With Mother’s Day just around the corner, we want to show our mums how much we care, especially this year! Spend time instead of money this Mother’s Day, support local businesses and treat your loved ones to some yummy goods, get creative with some handmade gifts, explore, and find some lovely walks close to you and even discover some hidden gems right on your doorstep!
Active travel is fast becoming the ‘go-to’ method of travelling around our beautiful county. Whether you are beating the traffic in your daily commute or you are looking for a scenic traffic-free cycle route to share with your family at the weekend, you won’t be short of options available in Kent.
Calling all young explorers! You can now take part in the Explore Kent Junior Walking Challenge and earn certificates for your walking adventures.
Making sure you live in an environment that is clean, useful and good for your health are important issues in the Kent Environment Strategy. Check out these bite sized chunks to see what all this means to you.