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  • Volunteers lay hedges for Cornish wildlife

    Thursday 12th April, 2018

    Volunteer groups from Cornwall Wildlife Trust and Cornwall Council have teamed up to lay a stretch of new hedge at Millennium Woods near Penzance. The result is a dense, living hedge which provides shelter, food and nesting sites for animals.

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  • Popular Helford garden opens for Trust

    Thursday 12th April, 2018

    For the past three years Pedn Billy on the Helford Passage has been Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s most visited garden as part of their Open Gardens scheme, and on Sunday 22nd April first timers to this beautiful garden can find out why while regulars will love to visit it again.

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  • Burncoose opens its hidden treasures for the Trust

    Thursday 29th March, 2018

    Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s Open Gardens 2018 begins with a very special garden location, Burncoose House and Garden, home to the internationally famous Burncoose Nurseries, winners of over 20 RHS Chelsea Flower Show Gold medals.

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  • Visit Cornwall’s Busy Beavers!

    Wednesday 28th March, 2018

    Cornwall’s new beavers have been busy since their release last summer building dams and creating pools in their five acre enclosure at Woodland Valley Farm in Ladock, near Truro. Cornwall Wildlife Trust, working in partnership with the farm, are organising a series of guided tours of the site this spring and summer, to give everyone a chance to see how these incredible creatures are transforming the site and creating more wildlife habitat areas. You may even be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the animals themselves!

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  • More Cornish seafood makes the grade

    Friday 23rd March, 2018

    Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s award-winning Cornwall Good Seafood Guide website reports that more species of Cornish seafood have been added to their recommended list on the basis of their sustainability.

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  • Cornwall's Marine Strandings Appeal Receives Outstanding Support

    Thursday 22nd March, 2018

    Since launching its Marine Strandings Appeal in January, Cornwall Wildlife Trust has received an incredible reaction from people in Cornwall and around the world, and many people have shared their own devastating experiences with the Trust of discovering these majestic creatures washed up dead on their local beaches.

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  • Easter Sealebration in Mousehole!

    Thursday 22nd March, 2018

    Spend Easter Sunday celebrating the county’s wonderful marine life with Cornwall Wildlife Trust at a special Easter Sealebration event in Mousehole, and top of the bill will be the grey seals, often seen around the coasts of Cornwall.

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  • Don’t miss the boat to Looe Island Nature Reserve

    Monday 12th March, 2018

    Bookings are now being taken for this year’s trips to Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s stunning Island Nature Reserve, just off the coast at Looe, and a place on their ever popular Guided Walks. It all begins with a fun boat trip, followed by a fascinating guided tour with the warden around the island which, with its various habitats, provides a quiet haven for wildlife.

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  • Gardens open for wildlife

    Monday 12th March, 2018

    Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s popular Open Gardens scheme begins in April and for residents and visitors alike this is a chance to explore a dozen of Cornwall’s most stunning gardens some of which are opening for the first time for the public.

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  • Frugi Customers Love Cornwall Wildlife Trust

    Friday 2nd March, 2018

    Beach clean in Bude, photo by Clive Symn

    Frugi, the award-winning organic children’s clothes brand, confirmed its reputation as one of Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s biggest business funders recently. A huge number of its customers have backed the Trust by choosing the charity to benefit from the company’s donation scheme.

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