Welcome to the White Cliffs Countryside Partnership (formerly the White Cliffs Countryside Project)

Please note that a new website is being produced and will be available soon. In the meantime you can keep up to date with what is happening on our sites, by following us on Facebook:

(White Cliffs Countryside Partnership Facebook page) .

(Romney Marsh Countryside Partnership Facebook page) .

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience.


Cowslip and Early Purple Orchid


We are currently offering volunteering opportunities, in smaller, socially distanced groups across the sites we manage. If you would like more information please email us at wccp@dover.gov.uk or call us on 01304 241806.

We have also organised some events during this winter, all of which need to be booked in advance. Please see the link on your right to our events on the Eventbrite website. Thank you for all your support.



The main office is:

White Cliffs Countryside Partnership

C/o Dover District Council,

White Cliffs Business Park
Kent CT16 3PJ

Please note this office is currently closed to visitors.

Telephone (01304) 241806

Email - wccp@dover.gov.uk


Romney Marsh Countryside Partnership

Romney Marsh Countryside Partnership

Romney Marsh Day Centre

Rolfe Lane

New Romney

Kent  TN28 8JR

Please note this office is currently closed to visitors.

Telephone / fax (01797) 367934

Email - rmcp@dover.gov.uk


Samphire Hoe

Site Management Office

Samphire Hoe

Samphire Road



CT17 9FL

Please note this office is currently closed to visitors.

Telephone - (01304) 225649

Email - wccp@dover.gov.uk


For out of hours emergencies please call 07775 928226.

The farmer for the grazing animals at Dover (Dexter cattle) is Di Smith (01304) 825188.

Please contact us in the first instance if there are any issues with the animals.


River Dour


White Cliffs Countryside Partnership has won Heritage Lottery Funding to raise awareness about the River Dour in Dover. Ultimately WCCP will help the River be understood and better looked after for future generations. The project runs for three years from November 2018 and consists of four main areas to help this special chalk stream. During the construction of our new website please visit the (River Dour Facebook page) for more information


River Dour at Kearsney