Fowlmead Country Park :: Shared Description

Fowlmead Country Park is a 200-acre (80 hectare) park regenerated from the shale spoil tip of the former Betteshanger Colliery. The colliery was the last of the four Kent coal mines to close in 1989 and the land languished unused until 2000 when the regional development agency, SEEDA (South East England Development Agency), acquired the freehold and set to redeveloping the brownfield site into a country park.
This £18.8m development is an example of regeneration at its best, providing activities such as walking, cycling, fossiling and geocaching. Families can also enjoy the new play area and kids can have fun on the BMX tracks.
by David Anstiss
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18 images use this description:

TR3554 : Two Red Wheelies heading towards the pit stop area by David Anstiss
TR3654 : View from observation platform at Fowlmead Country Park by PAUL FARMER
TR3453 : Access road to Fowlmead Country Park by David Anstiss
TR3654 : Footbridge over Tenant Pond in Fowlmead Country Park by David Anstiss
TR3554 : Red Wheelies Pit Stop Team  by David Anstiss
TR3554 : Raised Viewing Platform over Fowlmead Lake by David Anstiss
TR3554 : Metal bridge into Fowlmead Country Park by David Anstiss
TR3554 : One more lap completed! by David Anstiss
TR3654 : Tenant Pond, Fowlmead Country Park by PAUL FARMER
TR3554 : Fowlmead Lake in Fowlmead Country Park by David Anstiss
TR3554 : Red Wheelie at Fowlmead by David Anstiss
TR3553 : Footbridge over Crescent Pond in Fowlmead Country Park by David Anstiss
TR3554 : He has broken down! by David Anstiss
TR3554 : Two Red Wheelies head along the Fowlmead Cycle Track by David Anstiss
TR3553 : Fowlmead Cafeteira by David Anstiss
TR3554 : Lap Marker at Fowlmead by David Anstiss
TR3553 : Crossing point in Fowlmead Country Park by David Anstiss
TR3554 : Tombolo Stall at Fowlmead Country Park by David Anstiss


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Created: Mon, 16 May 2011, Updated: Mon, 16 May 2011

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