Swanscombe Peninsula in Kent is one of my favourite green spaces. It’s an urban wilderness with an outstanding mosaic of habitats which attracts some rather special species.
Unfortunately this site is under threat from a Theme Park proposal.
In autumn, whilst I was out getting my daily allowed exercise, I decided to showcase this area. So I put together this short film (below).
Relax and enjoy a virtual walk around Swanscombe Marshes, learn about the rare wildlife it attracts and, if you agree that Swanscombe Marshes should be protected - and that this is no place for a theme park please sign Buglife’s petition below:
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