Bredhurst Woodland Action Group, Kent – Pride in Place: Tackling Incivilities Case Study

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Author: Ekosgen Consultants

Year: 2012

Local Environmental Problems And Wellbeing – A Case Study Of Action


This case study profiles the Bredhurst Woodland Action Group (BWAG).

BWAG were formed in May 2005 in response to commercial-scale fly-tipping and the illegal use of 4x4s in a local wildlife site making it virtually off limits to the local community. Volunteers have cleared the woods of over 100 tonnes of fly-tipping and with the help of the Royal Engineers restored many paths in the woodland.

This is one of 8 case studies that informed our Pride in Place Policy Summary.

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