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Find out about the history of the River Darent, how it was created and why it is geologically important to this part of Kent. Plus, see what sort of aquatic creatures call the river their home in this free drop-in event.

  • 5 Aug 2024
  • 11am - 3pm
  • Horton Kirby

Join the North West Kent Countryside Partnership for this drop-in river dipping session. This is a free event. Booking not required.

Location: Westminster Fields, Horton Kirby, DA4 9GR.

There is free parking. There are toilets on site including accessible ones.

Wellies recommended. No dogs.

 

Accessibility Statement

There is wheelchair access. There is general car parking, and blue badge parking.

This event takes place in and adjacent to the River Darent. It will be at Westminster Fields, Horton Kirby, where there is plenty of on-site parking. Access to the river is not step free however, but we will be using sample trays to look at the aquatic creatures in closer detail away from the river.

There are public toilets at the location, and an accessible toilet. There are no other facilities.

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