Blean Woods in North Kent is one of the most extensive and ecologically important woodland landscapes in England. It is a complex of ancient and semi-ancient woodland comprising high forest, coppice woodland, rides and glades, heathland and bog. With a wide range of flora and fauna calling Blean Woods home, it is now regarded as having the largest population of the rare Heath Fritillary butterfly in the UK. With funding from the GRCF and in partnership with Kent Wildlife Trust and Canterbury City Council, the RSPB is embarking on an ambitious landscape-scale project to create and restore habitats to boost biodiversity in a landscape already compromised by the effects of climate change. We are looking for an enthusiastic and people-focused Project Manager to coordinate and deliver all as

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