Woodbury Park Cemetery and St John's Meadows, Tunbridge Wells, for invertebrates and general recording.
Meet at TQ584402 at the Cemetery entrance off Woodbury Park Road. Street parking available nearby.
Leader: Ian Beavis
|Location:||Woodbury Park Cemetery and St John's Meadows, Tunbridge Wells|
Holy Trinity Churchyard in East Peckham and after at nearby St Michael’s churchyard for all records.
Meet at TQ664491 in Holy Trinity churchyard, parking in the layby opposite the church on Bush Road or on nearby roads.
Leader: Mandy Billett
|Location:||Holy Trinity Churchyard, East Peckham|
Uplees Lake and Marsh LWS for botany and general recording at this former gravel workings.
Meet at TR00236414 with parking near mobile home, access is via right hand track from the gate signed for fishing lakes on bend of Uplees Road.
Leader: Lesley Mason.
|Location:||Uplees Lake and Marsh LWS|
Seal Chart/Redhill Wood for general recording (KWT Sevenoaks Greensand commons project).
Meet at TQ573548, with parking by St Lawrence CEP School/ St. Lawrence Church on Church Road, Stone Street, Sevenoaks TN15 0LN.
Leader: Andrew Willmore.
|Location:||Seal Chart/Redhill Wood|
St. Giles churchyard, Farnborough, for lichens. Additional habitats available via footpaths across fields and woodland towards High Elms Country Park.
There is a wedding in Farnborough church at 12.30 on Sat 13 April. Therefore it is essential that cars are parked in the village and NOT in the (small) church car park.
Meet at TQ444641 in church car park, parking is limited but can park in Farnborough village and walk down Church Lane.
Leader: Ishpi Blatchley.
|Location:||St. Giles Churchyard, Farnborough|
Brockhill Wood near Goathurst Common for a joint meeting with the British Bryological Society. Please note that paths are steep and can be slippery in wet weather.
Meet at TQ496518 in the small car park nearby at Stubbs Wood. Leader: Stephen Lemon.
The Kent Wildlife Conference, now in its eighteenth year, was created as a way for field naturalists to meet, learn about and discuss the county’s wild plant and animal species and new ways of recording.