The beautiful Cinderhill Woodis found in the village of Matfield, just outside Tonbridge. A network of paths and bridleways crisscross through the heathlands and grasslands, woodland and streams and is a haven for birdlife. A total of 60 bird species can be seen at Cinderhill, including the Turtle Dove which possesses its own Biodiversity Action Plan.
The green woodpecker can be seen searching for insects, and Kestrels can be seen hovering over their prey. Willow tits dart in and out ofthe streamside woodland as they build their nests in the snags of deadwood. Many reptiles also make a home at Cinderhill, including slow worm, common lizard, and the adder. There is a car park for anyone wishing to visit this beautiful English woodland.
The Cinderhill Wood Collection is make up of circles with a deeply carved tree bark texture.