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Marden Meadow and Farmer Clusters

Updated: Aug 27, 2022

Last nights talk was given by Victoria Golding of the Kent Wildlife Trust. She explained that it was the 10th Anniversary of the Coronation Meadows Project. It is led by Plantlife, in partnership with the Wildlife Trust and the Rare Breed Survival Trusts

In 2012 Plantlife published online Our Vanishing Flora a report highlighting the loss of wild floweres from individual counties across Great Britain since the Coronation and Prince Charles called for the creation of new wild flower meadows, at least one in every county, to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the coronation.

In Kent the meadow is located in Marden and is open all year round. Although the best time to visit it is from April to July when you can see Green-winged orchids and other wildflowers.

More information about Kent Wildlife Trusts can be found on their website There are lots of activities that are planned throughout the year and it is well worth looking to find out what, when and where.

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