View from Manor Park. Attribution: Philralph
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Location West Malling, Kent, United Kingdom

This page is the beginnings of a portal for Malling community action in response to Ecological emergency.

Rewilding[edit | edit source]

  • Wouldham rewilding project, set up by Richard Coleman of Maidstone eco hub, facebook, based on the N Kent downs AONB, trying to restore a small area of degraded chalk grassland, latest news post Sep 26, 2023.

Environment quality[edit | edit source]

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Open spaces[edit | edit source]

Community orchard[edit | edit source]

Macey's Meadow, West Malling
Authors: pasnip2000, Apr 23, 2011
Attribution: Philralph

Macey's Meadow

Community orchard. Regular working parties and (historically) community events twice yearly advertised on local (West Malling) notice boards.

Other initiatives

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The Old County Ground is cricket ground, located at West Malling, historically called Town Malling, in the English county of Kent. It is known to have been used for cricket matches in 1705 and has been the home ground of Town Malling Cricket Club since their formation in 1827. Known under various names throughout its existence, the ground hosted 14 first-class cricket matches between 1836 and 1890.

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Manor Park Country Park is a country park in West Malling, Kent, England. The 52-acre (210,000 m2) park, formerly the private gardens of the nearby Douces Manor, was purchased from the manor's owners by Kent County Council in 1973 to be converted into a public open space. The park is legally protected as public recreational land in perpetuity by Fields in Trust as part of the Queen Elizabeth II Fields Challenge.

Rural sustainability[edit | edit source]

Medway Valley countryside Partnership Highlights of 2021
Authors: Medway Valley Countryside Partnership, Mar 8, 2022
  • Medway Valley Countryside Partnership
  • Valley of Visions, landscape-scale project from November 2007 to June 2013, that worked in partnership with communities, schools, landowners and local organisations to conserve the landscape, wildlife and rich heritage of the area. It also encouraged residents and visitors to learn about, enjoy and celebrate this stunning part of the AONB, nestled between Rochester and Maidstone in mid Kent.

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Keywords community orchard
Authors Phil Green
License CC-BY-SA-4.0
Language English (en)
Related 0 subpages, 5 pages link here
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Created September 15, 2023 by Phil Green
Modified May 27, 2024 by Phil Green
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