An abundance of wildlife in Peakswater
Higher Trenedden at Peakswater, near Pelynt, opens for the Trust on Sunday 24th July from 2.00pm to 5.00pm, and there is plenty to explore. The owners are particularly keen on attracting wildlife to their garden which offers lots of ideas has to how visitors can do so in their own.
The garden includes an established cottage garden, an arboretum which was planted in 2006, with specimen trees, a meadow with a large pond, and a boardwalk through marshland with an abundance of wildflowers and wildlife.
Suitable for families, although due to the nature of the garden disabled access is limited, and sorry, due to the wildlife – no dogs at this event. Admission is £4 per adult, with under 16s free. Pasties and cream teas by Crantocks Bakery and Roddas will be available.
Chris Betty, Communications Officer for the Trust, says,
“This is a garden where the owners are really keen to provide a haven for wildlife. So if you want any ideas as to how you can do the same, then you really should pay Higher Trenedden a visit.”
This is the sixth year running that the Trust has run their highly successful Open Gardens scheme, which is ssponsored by stayincornwall.co.uk
Pasties and cream teas will be available courtesy of Open Gardens supporters Crantock Bakery and Roddas.
More details of the Higher Trenedden event and all the other gardens opening this year can be found at www.cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk/opengardens
Other gardens opening for the Trust later this year are: August 7th The Ranch House, at St. Issey, near Wadebridge, August 21st May Tree Garden, at St. Austell, October 2nd Garten Gardens, at Lower Treculliacks, Constantine, and October 9th Pedn Billy, at Helford Passage.