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Regeneration of former colliery on track

Regeneration of former colliery on track

Betteshanger Sustainable Parks has reached a new milestone with the topping out of its £8m Visitor Centre.

The centre forms part of a £40m project to regenerate a former mining community near Deal in East Kent. Conceived by the Hadlow Group, the regeneration of the 121 hectare site aims to combine sustainable business and commerce, education, sustainable energy and tourism.

The Visitor Centre will house the Kent Mining Museum and Green Energy Centre as well as a restaurant, cycle centre, retail, conference suite and event facilities.

Other facilities at Betteshanger Park will include a 3.5km road cycling track, 10km of mountain bike trails, leisure paths and established woodlands, wetlands and reed beds full of wildlife.

Betteshanger Sustainable Parks received a Heritage Lottery Fund grant of £1.3m for development and operation of the Kent Mining Museum.



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