Gazen Salts Nature Reserve

Sandwich Kent
Welcome To Our Website
The website has been designed for both visitors to the reserve and for those wishing to learn more about what we do, the reserve itself and how to get involved.


Please note NO DOGS ALLOWED ON THE RESERVE

Wildlife

Explore Gazen Salts and experience the wildlife
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Projects

See all of the Projects that are taking place at Gazen Salts
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Volunteering

We are always looking for willing volunteers to help keep the reserve running.
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SANDWICH - KENT

History of the Reserve

Gazen Salts would in Roman times have formed the bottom of the Wantsum Channel, a straight of water which divided Kent from the Isle of Thanet. It is from this history the “Salts” part of the name is derived. Gazen is a corruption of the name of a lease holder of the saltings, John Gason.
The area is a favorite destination among those seeking an a return to nature
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The Reserve

Reserve Opening Times – There are no restrictions to the reserve, although to see it at it's best and for your safety and security, we would recommend you visit between dawn and dusk.
Amazing Place to visit!
Katherine Hall
05/04/2018
Hidden gem well worth a visit.
Frederick Lyons
10/04/2018