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We are a not-for profit organisation established in 2000, whose work is centred around the understanding, conservation and promotion of the estuary’s natural and historical environments.

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19th January 2016 MCZ success for the Swale

The UK Government announced this week, that it has created a further 23 Marine Conservation Zones (MCZs) around the coast of England, including the Swale. To find out what what feaures are protected by the status download the MCZ factsheet....

6th January 2016 Medway Council’s new local plan

Medway Council is preparing a new local plan and would like your help to shape the area over the next 20 years. The first stage of consultation takes place from now until 29th February 2016. Key issues for the plan include: The best locations for new...

15th December 2015 When is a Bronze Age boat, not a Bronze Age boat?

Back in October, it was reported that a Bronze Age boat had been found in Faversham Creek.  However, careful study of the find by the renowned ancient woodworking specialist Dr Damian Goodburn has shown that the trough-shaped piece of elm around 3.2 metres long with a...

24th July 2015 Marine Mammals

The estuary is home to a number of wonderful marine mammals, including both harbour and grey seals. If you should spot one, please ensure that you follow ZSL’s Marine Mammal Code of Conduct...

30th June 2015 Mudlark 2015

The first annual edition the Mudlark is now available to read online.   ...

27th May 2015 EA plans to reduce estuary flood risk

Flooding and erosion are real risks currently facing communities and landowners in the low-lying areas around the estuary. Over the coming years aging defences, climate change and sea level rise will all increase the risk of tidal and coastal flooding and erosion.   Over the summer months,...

19th March 2015 Flood Wardens wanted

The Brents Community Association in faversham, is looking for people to become volunteer Flood Wardens. If you would like to find out more or are interested in being involved, please contact Hilary Whelan at: brentscommunityassociation@gmail.com...