White Cliffs Countryside Partnership was set up to help conserve and enhance the special coast and country
The coast and countryside of Dover is world class for wildlife and history. The White Cliffs are world famous and for centuries have been the gateway to and from England.
The White Cliffs Countryside Partnership was established in 1989 to develop sustainable tourism that helps to preserve the environment and local distinctiveness of the area, both for local people and visitors alike.
For many years WCCP has managed the Town Council’s public access land at High Meadow for everyone to enjoy. There are plenty of activities and events locally in Dover for all ages.
Want to find out more and get involved? Pick up a copy of the WCCP programme and choose from talks and workshops at Samphire Hoe, practical conservation work at the Western Heights and Whinless Down, and guided walks through the countryside and natural environment in and around the Town.
During half term (Saturday 15 February to Sunday 23 February) there is a fabulous special “Green Gang” programme of activities for children and families.
Hard copies of the programmes and full details are available at local libraries, Visitor Information Centres and the Dover Town Council offices or log onto the WCCP website at www.whitecliffscountryside.org.uk
Our picture shows the wonderful view of Dover from High Meadow