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Chatham Green Project

Chatham Green Project

The award winning Chatham Green Project is a conservation and education initiative on 400 acres of farmland in the heart of Essex. Focused on sustainable land use, the project investigates how we can utilise the land more effectively to better balance the 21st century needs of farming, nature and communities. Through this initiative, we aim to educate over 3,000 school aged pupils each year. In addition to this we operate an environmental monitoring programme to record the changes in the land over time.


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  • Coach parking
  • Covered space
  • Disabled toilets
  • Hand washing facilities
  • Toilets
  • Wheelchair access

Education Centre, Tented classroom, Small kitchen, Cob oven, pond dipping platform, bird hide


We are able to offer a limited number of free, class sized visits per year for schools in need of financial assistance. Alternatively visits are priced at £4-6 per pupil depending on the session plan and group size. We also offer a friend of Chatham Green Project option for unlimited visits.

What we can offer

  • Pre-visit information available
  • Provision of materials/equipment/livestock
  • Risk assessment
  • Self-guided activities
  • Set programmes
  • Tailored programmes

We welcome teacher visits to the site and are delighted to host teacher experience days so that your staff can experience the range of activities and areas our site has to offer.


CEVAS Accredited

This place has CEVAS accredited personnel.

CEVAS stands for Countryside Educational Visits Accreditation Scheme. A nationally recognised accreditation, the scheme offers training for individuals who are working – or plan to work – with groups of school children, young people or clients with additional needs.

Other Accreditations

The Chatham Green Project is a recipient of the Essex Wildlife Trust Living Landscapes Award

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