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Coronavirus and Bearsted Woodland Trust 

Bearsted Woodland Trust is open for recreational use in line with current Government advice on 23 March 2020. 

We want everyone to enjoy the open air exercise, but we ask all users to be considerate and keep to the minimum recommended safe distance of 2 metres from others. 

But please do not gather or walk in groups, and keep the same safe distance from anyone you meet. 

If you do not feel well, or are in the high risk groups, please stay at home as requested by Government.

All BWT maintenance work has stopped; this is in line with actions of other charities and countryside groups. 

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Bearsted Woodland Trust protects and maintains 26 acres of woodland and meadow, restoring and enhancing a natural habitat for animals and plants and providing a place of recreation for local residents and visitors.  There are a wide variety of English native trees, with information boards to help identify  plants, birds, flowers and insects. Also special gates and gentle paths for wheelchairs, baby buggies or electric scooters.