High Weald Landscape Trust was set up in 2004 to address conservation issues across the whole of the High Weald by the funding of practical land management projects, education to create awareness of the need to conserve the unique and historic landscape of the High Weald, and information in support of conservation land management. It is a registered charity.
Our Mission Statement is:
To promote, for the benefit of the public, the conservation, protection and improvement of the High Weald landscape, promoting biological diversity and raising awareness among the public of the area’s special character and requirements for conservation and enhancement.
The High Weald covers 563 square miles, and stretches from Horsham in the west to Tenterden in the east, from Tunbridge Wells in the north to the coast at Pett Level in the south.
Please see About HWLT for more information on the Trust or download our leaflet.