The Kent God’s Acre Project was launched in 2010. It is part of the national God’s Acre Project, which recognises churchyards and cemeteries as significant areas for flora, fauna and social history and seeks to provide advice and guidance for their management.
The Kent project provides advice, training, tools and support for churches to encourage wildlife diversity in their churchyards. It is headed up by the Dioceses of Canterbury and Rochester, but operates with the help of other partner organisations across the county which include:
- Kent Bat Group
- Kent Mammal Group
- Kent Reptile and Amphibian Group
- The Conservation Volunteers (TCV)
- Kent Heritage Trees Project, and
- The British Lichen Society.
Contact us for more details on 01227 459401.