Milton Creek Country Park
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Photo Credit © Angela Mitchell - grass snake

April 19th, 2024
Posted In: Fund Raising, News, Project

Building Permission has now been granted

Great news, the Milton Creek Country Park Trust has received permission to build a new community hub which they are calling “Space in the Park”. When completed this will provide a 16ft x 40ft warm dry space where they can hold meetings, run workshops and classes etc.  Open the post to see the plans of the new building.

March 25th, 2024
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Community Orchard

Thanks to a donation from a local building firm the Trust has been able to purchase 10 new fruit trees for the community orchard. These are traditional Kentish varieties of fruit trees grow by Brogdale.
As part of this project the existing trees, as well as all the new trees, will be getting substantial wire cages which will provide much better protection from the thriving rabbit population, marauding dogs and mowing machines.

February 21st, 2024
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Water Land – 2023 Art Installation

Martin Brockman has created a group of green oak benches to mark the industrial past of Milton Creek and the wildlife of the tidal lands found on the Saxon Shore Path . Carved onto curved oak beams are oyster catchers, egrets, seagrass and local flora alongside the Thames barges and industrial cranes linked to past industry.

September 20th, 2023
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ROOM is available to hire

ROOM is an arts and event space that is available for hire by local artists, organisations or individuals. For availability please email Details of planned events can be found on the What’s On page and on Facebook. Room was on loan but has now been acquired by the MCCP Trust and will be available to hire until it is replaced by the much larger and more useful “Space in the Park”

March 7th, 2023
Posted In: Events, News, Project

Plans for 2023 Art Installation

Every year we try to add a new piece of artwork to the Park. Yesterday (6th March) the Friends and the Kris Staples the park ranger toured the Park with Martin Brockman from Outdoor Studios looking at possible locations and designs for this years installation.