Wildlife Friendly Business Award is open for entries
Friday 20th May, 2016
Cornwall Wildlife Trust is thrilled to announce that its popular ‘Wildlife Friendly Business Award’ category will once again feature in the forthcoming Cornwall Tourism Awards 2016.
First of the new gardens to open for Trust
Friday 13th May, 2016
As part of our 2016 Open Gardens scheme we have six gardens opening for the first time along with the regular favourites. Number one of these is 2 Trenance Cottages at St. Newlyn East which opens to the public on Sunday 22nd May from 2pm to 5pm.
National Recognition for Cornwall’s Environmental Records Centre
Monday 9th May, 2016
The Environmental Records Centre for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly (ERCCIS), hosted by Cornwall Wildlife Trust has achieved the nationally accepted level of accreditation indicating it works to a set of criteria agreed by the Association of Local Environmental Records Centres (ALERC) and the National Biodiversity Network.
Trenarth spring opening for Trust
Wednesday 4th May, 2016
Trenarth at High Cross near Constantine has always been a garden to encourage wildlife and their connection with Cornwall Wildlife Trust is now well established. This popular Cornish garden is once again opening their gates in aid of the Trust’s Open Gardens scheme, though this year it has moved to a date in the spring – presenting previous visitors with a whole new view of the estate.
Sun shines on wildlife weekend at Trebah
Wednesday 27th April, 2016
The sub-tropical paradise of Trebah Garden, near Falmouth once again proved the perfect backdrop for Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s annual ‘Wildlife Celebration’. Over 2,500 people of all ages enjoyed a host of wildlife activities and made this the biggest event so far.
Historic estate and bluebell woodland begins Trust Open Gardens
Wednesday 20th April, 2016
The garden at the historic Coldrenick House in Menheniot is the first of 12 opening this year in aid of Cornwall Wildlife Trust. Highlights will undoubtedly be the bluebell woodland, magnolias and other spring flowering delights.
My passion, my wild life
Friday 8th April, 2016
Inspirational wildlife expert Gary Zammit from Feadon Farm Wildlife Centre in Portreath is the latest to support Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s successful My Wild Life campaign which aims to increase awareness of the importance of Cornwall’s unique natural environment and precious wildlife to all our lives.
Three seasons of Cornish colour
Friday 8th April, 2016
It’s all aboard for this year’s Open Gardens events with a number of new gardens opening this year along with established favourites. One is even offering visitors a steam train ride, while others are changing their opening seasons, giving a completely fresh view of their gardens.
Taking rockpooling to extremes
Thursday 7th April, 2016
This summer Cornwall Wildlife Trust is expanding on their already popular rockpool ramble events and injecting more excitement in a series of extreme marine eco-events. It will also mean that the Trust can examine areas normally inaccessible unless accompanied by trained and qualified guides.
Penwith mountain bikers raise £550 for local wildlife
Monday 4th April, 2016
A group of dedicated Penwith mountain bikers have raised an amazing £550 for local wildlife charity Cornwall Wildlife Trust through a sponsored ride. The money raised will go directly to the Trust’s important work protecting Cornwall’s wildlife and wild places.