A Collaboration with People Need Nature

On the 16th and 17th June 2016 Jane King was one of a group of writers, artists, conservationists and local campaigners invited by environmental charity People Need Nature on a field trip to an important Site of Special Scientific Interest that is under threat of development – Lodge Hill, on the Hoo Peninsula in Kent, home to the country’s largest population of Nightingales.  Miles’ project Reimagining Lost Landscapes was created to take what may be the last opportunity to discover the wealth of nature and history at Lodge Hill, bringing together a group of people who could be inspired by it, bear witness to the extraordinary sense of place there, and create a testament of the place, before it’s lost for ever.

RSPB Film – #SaveLodgeHill




The posts here tell the story of the recent history of Lodge Hill and a ‘reimagining’ set in the future:


Lodge Hill Reimagined in the Year 2076

Lodge Hill Field Trip 2016