A herd of wild horses have been imported to help restore a nature reserve.
The horses will be let out to roam free on an area grazing marsh on the river Stour, just five minutes’ walk from Canterbury High Street on Wednesday.
Thanks to the horses grazing on the site the land will become a haven for rare plants, animals and birds.
The horses from Holland are the closest living relatives of the extinct Tarpan, the wild forest horse that roamed Britain in prehistoric times.
The project has been organised by the Wildwood Trust and Canterbury City Council.