Heritage, Geomorphology and Land Use
This project will identify heritage assets on land across Romney Marsh, and then inform land owners of the value of these assets to encourage them to manage the asset and the land sympathetically.
The project will be delivered through volunteers who will help the Heritage Officer and Officers from the KCC Heritage team to identify where there may be ruins of old churches or other buildings of architectural interest/importance. Any records created will be input by the Kent and Medway Biological Record Centre to be held for future generations.
Heritage, Geomorphology and Land Use contributes to Restore project theme.
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This project is planned to start in 2018.
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It is planned to create a number of short films about Romney Marsh during the life of the scheme and this will include recording the progress of the projects. Go to the film footage page to get details of the films we have produced so far.
To find out more including how to get involved contact the project team.