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Welcome to the Kent Coastal Network web site

The Network was established by Kent County Council in 2004 to improve communication between Kent’s coastal stakeholders and raise awareness of the many activities taking place around the coast.

From this website you can find details of the Network members, learn about their activities and view news and events from across the Network, Kent and the UK.

You can also access the Kent Coastal Project Register to discover the wealth of initiatives that relate to the Kent coast and to upload details of projects that you are involved in.

For more information on the Network and details on how to become a member see the Network registration page.

19.09.13
Take a look at Kent's Coastal Week 2013
Kent's Coastal Week will take place 26 October - 3 November and feature events right round the Kent coastline on the theme of "Changing Coast". The programme is sponsored by London Array and Southern Water. There is something for all ages and interests - take a look online or order your copy of the leaflet on 03000 417171.

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23.08.13
Seaside towns regeneration fund to be extended
Seaside towns are being invited to bid for money from a 29m funding pot aimed at boosting deprived areas. The government says its Coastal Communities Fund is being extended to 2014-15, due to rising marine revenue. It is backed by revenue from offshore wind farms, tidal power and other marine activity.

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21.08.13
Future of South marine plan areas explored in MMO report
Predictions on the future of our seas off the South coast are outlined in a report published today by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO). The 'South marine plan areas futures analysis' gives a regional picture of how important activities and resources are expected to change, with a focus on both a 6 and 20-year snapshot.

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