G7 Summit in Cornwall

The Dunes looking out towards Godrevy Island, by Ian French

Our home. Our wildlife. Our Cornwall.

This week the Prime Minister will welcome world leaders to Cornwall for the G7 Summit in Carbis Bay to discuss the most pressing global issues, including tackling climate change and preserving the planet’s biodiversity.

We’re asking our supporters to join us and our hundreds of staff, volunteers, trustees and partners in speaking up for Cornwall’s wildlife and wild places ahead of the G7 Summit. As our newly released State of Nature Cornwall report shows, Cornwall’s nature is in serious decline with 1 in 9 species at risk of local extinction. Help us in holding the government to account, to ensure we achieve 30% of Cornwall’s land, rivers and seas managed well for nature’s recovery, by sharing our video.

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For nature to truly recover, we envisage a Nature Recovery Network for Cornwall - protecting and creating larger areas of habitat that are connected by wildlife corridors – ensuring land is actively being put into recovery for nature’s benefit. Watch the video below to see our vision of a Nature Recovery Network in Cornwall and share your views here.

See you at the Sea for G7, Saturday 12th June 12-4pm

Why not join us and our friends in conservation as we celebrate the inspirational work being carried out around the county! Learn how you can get involved and make a difference for wildlife at a local level and beyond. 

There are several bookable activities popping up across Pendennis Point, Castle beach, Gylly beach and Swanpool beach and Swanpool Lake. Book onto one of our activities below, snatch up those final spaces on the day or head up to Boscawen Fields for activities, talks, wildflower walks and more! 

Launching on Saturday 12th June - Our very first VIRTUAL NATURE TRAIL!

Download the Adventure Lab app (by Geocaching) on your Smart phone to get involved with our first virtual nature trail starting at Swanpool Lake. Search for See you at the Sea with Cornwall Wildlife Trust

What's on at Boscawen Fields

Time Event More Information
12.30pm Grey Seals with Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust Do you want to learn more about this beautiful, globally rare species? Then this talk is not to be missed!
1.00pm Wildflower Walk with Falmouth Buzz Take a tour around the wildflower meadows, learn about the different plant species and the animals they support.
2.00pm Silent Disco Reiki Relax and unwind, surrounded by nature, with our Reiki in the Field session.
3.00pm Let's talk about Peat Join our Upstream Thinking Team as we learn about the problems with Peat when it comes to looking after our plants and planet.

(Spaces are limited to ensure social distancing restrictions can be adhered to) 

For further See you at the Sea for G7 event listings and information, please see below...

Please Note: For events shown as fully booked, there will still be places available to reserve on the day