High Weald

Contact Rachel

rachel bennington

Education Officer

Rachel is Education Officer and helps High Weald Hero schools integrate what's special about their local area and the outdoors into the curriculum.

email Rachel: rachel.bennington@highweald.org
Direct dial: 01580 879962

Introductory video

What schools have said

Eddie Cottle, Headteacher, Brenchley & Matfield CEP School

'The Welly Walk was one of the most worthwhile pieces of study undertaken by the pupils and staff involved over this term'

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The Making of the High Weald is one of several pieces of research that underpin the High Weald AONB Management Plan  This report has a long historical view back to the last Ice Age, and seeks to explain the main processes that have created the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.Without understanding these processes we have little chance of understanding the landscape and progressing beyond a superficial and largely subjective aesthetic reaction. The formative processes are inextricably linked to features – such as the prevalence of small woodlands – and the more recent character of these is explored in other research papers.

This report pulls together much of the primary research  undertaken by others with an interest in Sussex, Kent and Surrey.

The Making of the High Weald Report