If you work for an organisation which allows its staff to volunteer on community projects or your company could help with some funding, please contact us to see how you could help the reserve.
We are extremely grateful to the following companies, organisations and people who have helped in so many ways to ensure this nature reserve remains open and available for local people to enjoy:
The Cobtree Charity Trust
For their funding for Bat monitoring equipment
The Whitehead Monckton Charitable Foundation
For their funding for the “Way To Go Project” (includes signage around the reserve, tools required to create the signs, costs for the new website, leaflets and reserve maps)
Pamela Champion Foundation
For their funding for the “Way To Go Project”
For their continued support and donation of website hosting for our website (www.34sp.com).
Boxley Timber & Fencing Supplies LTD
For their continued kind donation of wood and fencing supplies for projects within the reserve.
BAM Construction UK
BAM Construction UK for a number of their staff, who volunteered to help us replace a 100 metre section of fence, with the company also supplying all the materials for the new fencing project
KRAG & Calumma Ecological Services
For their support with all our reptiles and amphibians surveys, their advice on our reptiles and amphibians projects and with further improvements to the reptile re-introduction areas.
Kent Bat Group
For their support with all our bat surveys and their advice on our bat projects.
Boxley Parish Council
Facilitated our new tractor
For financial support and advice, which has kept the reserve going over many years.
For the continued support to help out with our conservation work and improve the reserve for our visitors
Ben Kirby Photography
For the use of his photos for publicity of the reserve
For providing photos & yoga sessions (raising money for the reserve)
For Lake survey
Go Wilder (MBC)
For fence replacement
For fence replacement
The Tuesday Gang
For their continued support, every Tuesday, helping with projects within the reserve and helping the warden (Steve Songhurst) maintain the reserve for our visitors.