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Festival of Wildlife Sevenoaks

An event in August in Kent
Sevenoaks
Kent
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The ‘Best of Kent’ area will also be present offering a variety of crafts and wares for you to explore and enjoy.

Founded in 1958, Kent Wildlife Trust is the leading conservation charity for Kent and Medway – protecting wildlife, educating the public, influencing decision makers and restoring habitats. Our nature reserves include a range of habitats of extraordinary beauty that accommodates much endangered wildlife.

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Maidstone’s Beer & Hop Picking Festival, Kent Life, Maidstone

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East Malling Beer and Cider Festival, East Malling Research, East Malling

Maidstone Mela, Mote Park, Maidstone

Chislehurst Festival, Chislehurst

Brogdale Farm Cider Festival, Brogdale Farm, Faversham

The Great Leeds Castle Balloon & Vintage Car Weekend, Leeds Castle, Maidstone

Hops n Harvest Beer Festival , Kent Life, Maidstone

Faversham 10K, Abbey School, Faversham

Honnington Country Fair, Honnington Farm, Southborough

Bradbourne House and Gardens Open Day, East Malling

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Sound Sanctuary, Eridge Park, Tunbridge Wells

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