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The group loved all the activities - many commenting it was the best 'trip' they had ever done!"
Barton Junior School


Barton School pupils in front of Combine Harvester

Lees Court Education And Research Network or LEARN is designed to encourage groups to visit the Estate, showcase, learn and discuss the various on-going projects including growing commodity crops, non-food crops, conservation and improvement of bio-diversity, the conservation of natural features and buildings, archaeology or simply the awareness and appreciation of the countryside and its way of life.

LEARN has helped create ways to enable visitors with all types of disabilities enjoy the experience of visiting the countryside.

For further information, contact Elizabeth Roberts on 01227 731331 or email

Active Lives (Canterbury)

A group of 7 students from Active Lives (Canterbury) along with carers and helpers visited the Estate in June 2012.

Active Lives participant at Lees Court

Barton Junior School visit

A group of 30 children visited from Barton Junior School, Dover (July 2014). As part of their educational tour, they went on a bug and beast hunt with the Estate's Gamekeeper, Shayne Dean.

Barton School pupils with Lees Court Game Keeper Shayne Dean

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