Lees Court Estate, Faversham
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Media Coverage

A selection of articles published and TV coverage in relation to Lees Court Estate.

“I would like to see the membership of the Society increase both amateur and professional archaeologists and historians because we can offer in-depth knowledge from our past work and archaeological activities on our project on the Lees Court Estate… this project is incredibly important for the future of the Society as it retakes us to our archaeological roots by undertaking fieldwork”

 

Kent Archaeological Society, Summer 2017 - Jun 2017

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“I would like to see the membership of the Society increase both amateur and professional archaeologists and historians because we can offer in-depth knowledge from our past work and archaeological activities on our project on the Lees Court Estate… this project is incredibly important for the future of the Society as it retakes us to our archaeological roots by undertaking fieldwork”

Interview with Clive Drew - View the full article (pdf)

Kent Archaeological Society Summer 2017 No 106 - Jul 2017

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"It has a well-earned reputation as a first class shoot... with the highest birds presented over the steep sided valley that runs... through the middle of the Estate"

http://www.cla.org.uk/advice/how-run-successful-commercial-shoot

 

CLA Online - Aug 2017

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Rhodri Thomas, Land Agent for Strutt and Parker, talks about his involvement with Lees Court Estate Shoot

On Target - View the full article (pdf)

CLA Land and Business - Aug 2017

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“The Countess Sondes is now carrying on this great tradition with her development of non-food crops… Her team are world leaders in the production of this crop [Echium]”

Mike’s Page - View the full article (pdf)

Sheldwich, Badlesmere and Leaveland Parish News - Sep 2017

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"Lees Court Estate, The Countess Sondes and all the staff working there are a shining example of all that is good in the sporting world"

https://www.gamekeeperstrust.org.uk/news/bellamy-award-2017

 

Keeping the Balance - Dec 2017

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"This is the single most important project that the Society has undertaken in many years.  We are fortunate in having in our Patron, Lady Sondes, someone who understands and appreciates the importance of archaeology and history and who, by permitting the Society to carry out this project, will significantly add to a deeper understanding of the Estate in an archaeological and historical context".

Lees Court Project Special Edition No 107 - View the full article (pdf)

Kent Archaeological Society No 107 Winter 2017 - Jan 2018

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"The interest of the project, both UK and internationally, led to the organisation of a successful conference at Lees Court in 2016, which brought together leading European academics, nurseries and woodland specialists".

Giving back the Elm to Britain - View the full article (pdf)

CLA Land and Business Magazine - Feb 2018

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