This very special place is so important for wildlife and so rich in history that it is also designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest, a Special Area of Conservation, part of the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and is home to the White Horse Stone, a Scheduled Ancient Monument.Read More
Boxley Warren is a surprisingly tranquil backwater between the major transport routes of Bluebell and Detling Hill. The variety of habitats and wildlife is stunning and the history equally rich.View Maps
You are very welcome to join us to help maintain habitats within Boxley Warren. We will probably be clearing undergrowth around the ponds and within the box plantations. Please dress in gardening gear. Tools will be provided. Do as little or as much as you can manage.
Please arrive 9.50 to 10 am at the east end of Pilgrims Way for parking within Boxley Warren.
Contact: [email protected] for more details
The Friends of Boxley Warren, founded in February 2012, are a group of people that are passionate about this special place. They work hard to aid conservation and improvement of the reserve, for wildlife and for people. They undertake regular tasks, for example replanting of native box and small-leaved lime trees to maintain diversity of wildlife at the site.MORE VOLUNTEER INFO