As a team we do alot of engagement in Aylesham and here are some of the amazing woodland that we use  in our activities, we work in the local Primary School and do a Youth Club with hands on learning from building alotments to making bush craft items.

Spinny Wood



The team does a lot of engagment with different groups in Aylesham, and utilise Spinney Wood which is an attractive woodland on the edge of the former mining village of Aylesham. It is a mix of ancient woodland and a more recent plantation of trees such as beech. During the spring there are colourful displays of wild flowers such as bluebells and wood anemones, but other rare plants such as lady orchid and white helleborine can be found growing here.

There is a walking route around the wood and WCCP have produced a full colour leaflet an updated verison of which will be availble in May 2008. WCCP have been coppicing Spinney Wood since 1999


Info and picture from White Cliffs Countryside Project, who have a booklet called


Explore Spinny Woods Aylesham


Ghandi Wood


Ghandi Wood is a small area of woodland close to Aylesham railway station. A walking trail was established around the wood, with an information leaflet produced to explain about the wildlife and history of the this unusually named woodland.

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