"Making the most of Faversham's natural heritage" is what people have been doing in this landscape for thousands of years. Indeed, its natural heritage – its coastal location, surrounding landscape and underlying geology – is why the town is here at all. But what does that natural heritage consist of, how has our relationship with it changed over the centuries, how does it still benefit us today, and how can we ensure that it continues to provide benefits to our descendants in this rapidly changing world? Matthew Hatchwell will take a look at the town through the eyes of a wildlife conservationist.
Matthew Hatchwell until recently Director of Conservation, Zoological Society of London
There will a collection for wildlife projects in Faversham.
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FLEUR MUSEUM - FREE ENTRY
12-13 Preston Street, ME13 8NS
Open Fridays & Saturdays 11:00 to 15:00
11 Preston Street, ME13 8NS
10am to 3.30pm - Monday to Saturday
Off Stonebridge Way, ME13 7SE
Open Saturday and Sunday from 2-5pm