The woodlands of Kent, Sussex and Surrey in the High Weald hold many secrets to the history of past activities. Archaeological evidence is often well preserved in ancient woodlands which have generally seen less change than agricultural land.
Woodland archaeology can be divided into two broad categories; evidence from past woodland management and evidence from other activities that happened, often before an area became wooded. This latter is very wide and includes the remains of industrial activity, boundaries and settlement sites.
The key grant programmes that may fund projects that further conservation and enhancement of the... Read more
If you own or manage land in the High Weald AONB, you may be eligible... Read more
Free hedge management signs
Hedge management is a vital part of maintaining the High Weald's unique character. An integral... Read more
Landscape Enhancement Initiative (LEI)
You could be eligible to take part in our Beautiful Boundaries project, supported by a... Read more