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This has been a difficult period for BWAG Trustees and, in particular, we would like to thank Dr Lee Brady (Kent Reptile and Amphibian Group), Neil Coombs (Kent Wildlife Trust) and Owen Sweeney for their expert advice.
National Grid has provided the following statement:
‘National Grid recognises the valuable work BWAG volunteers undertake in maintaining Bredhurst Woods as an important environmentally-rich area. In support of this we have made a donation towards tools, training and further ecological surveys.
We are committed to carrying out our vital work as sensitively as possible and we have learnt some valuable lessons from our work at Bredhurst Woods. This will help improve the way we carry out future work, which is important to the continued safe operation of the overhead electricity line. We will continue to work with BWAG when undertaking work in Bredhurst Woods.’