Woodland Wildlife Hidden History Project event at Sittingbourne

An Introduction to Rose Hill Wood – Saturday, 28th March – Rose Hill Wood, Sittingbourne – 10am to 4pm

Why is Rose Hill Wood such an important place in Sittingbourne’s history and what purpose does it serve now?  Come and find out why as we are joined by the Historical Research Group of Sittingbourne.  There will be displays showing what we already know about the grand house that was at Rose Hill as well as the chance to see archaeologists in action as they start to unearth the foundations of the building so that its position can be mapped and we can understand more about what it was like there.  You can also find out more about the wildlife that now thrives in the woodland and how to get involved in the Woodland Wildlife Hidden History Project.

The event will be a drop in session so you can come along at any time to see what’s going on.

The North Downs YAC group will be attending that day.

Meeting point: Car park area on Andrews Walk next to Gore Court Cricket Club, ME10 1QU.  Signs will direct you from there.  Here is a map: http://bit.ly/RoseHillWoods