Explore Kent's superstar, Sophie Friday, is keen to show Explore Kent and our lovely audience what she got up to during the Kent Year of Green Action! From birdwatching to beach cleaning, Sophie got up to some amazing activities which are contributing to making Kent and our environment cleaner and our wildlife healthier!
Explore Kent have hand-picked some of our favourite walks to suit everyone of all abilities and to give you and your family the best chances to capture Kent in all of its winter beauty! Whether your family need an adventure around a magical winter woodland, or just to spend some well deserved 'me time' in the great outdoors, these winter walks will be sure to make all your magical winter dreams come true!
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.
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.
Join the Shorne Woods Rangers at the Visitor Center, for a hands-on educational experience. You will have the opportunity to meet and handle reptiles and rodents including lizards, tortoise and corn snakes, then followed by a self-led trail in the woods!
Come along to Lullingstone Country Park, a dark star site, for a short talk by a member of Orpington Astronomical Society and an opportunity to view the stars though telescopes.
An afternoon walk in the beautiful Alkham Valley up to the site of St. Radigund’s Abbey to see the snowdrops.