White Cliffs Landscape Partnership Scheme

Possible funding for the beach management project, could come from this new scheme, read the WCLP Newsletter    Over the next year, Dover District Council intend to l work with
partner organisations and the public to plan this five year scheme, which, if successful, will begin in the summer of 2012. The White Cliffs Landscape Partnership Scheme aims to work with local communities, schools, organisations and landowners so they can better understand, conserve and engage with this unique landscape.

Contact the co-ordinator Richard Haynes for further information.
Tel: 01304 872130  Email richard.haynes@dover.gov.uk
 www.dover.gov.uk/landscape


Wildlife Plan for Kingsdown Beach
– On January 18, in the Village Hall, some 65 KCG members attended the launch of a Kingsdown and Walmer Beach Management Plan for the shingle beach running from Walmer to Oldstairs Bay. Developed by Leonie Seymour and Kirk Alexander, of the White Cliffs Countryside Partnership, the draft plan will be published shortly on our website, when members will be invited to comment on all aspects of the proposed scheme.

Hoping to make a start on the plan this year, several members have already expressed interest in joining a working party, which will be organised by KCG’s flora and fauna project co-ordinator, Helen Williams. Helen is planning a meeting of interested parties in the near future and can be contacted on hmjwilliams@hotmailco.uk. or 01304 373602

Members wishing to comment on the 18th. January presentation are encouraged to email kirk.alexander@whitecliffscountryside.org.uk

[Download PDF  Document]  – Kingsdown and Walmer Beach Draft Management Plan

 East Kent Mercury Article  6th January 2011

Get involved in plans to help preserve this  coastal gem

AN ACTION plan for an important stretch of shingle  beach between Kingsdown and Walmer, described as a rare gem, is due to be launched at a public meeting in the village. The draft wildlife management proposal to conserve and enhance the shoreline has…  read more..