Heritage projects update


Volunteer led research continues on all heritage projects, covering Churches, Landholdings and the Hunt for Romney Port!

We are also using the results of environment agency LiDAR surveys to understand the amazing Marsh landscape further. LiDAR (stands for Light Detection and Ranging) allows us to see all the lumps and bumps in the landscape. We can explore every inch of the Marsh, looking at ruined churches, centuries of land reclamation and even a Roman Fort! The images above show the site of Midley Church, the amazing reclaimed landscape around Brookland (Walland Marsh) and the Roman Fort at Stutfall, near Lympne…

To learn more about any of the heritage projects or to join in with the midweek #LiDAR challenge, please email Andrew at Andrew.Mayfield@kentwildlife.org.uk follow us on Facebook at FifthContinentLPS and Twitter at 5thContinenH