As well as the actual puppets used in the animation being on display, you can also watch the film, which has played in cinemas across the country and attracted millions of views on social media.
From Monday 5th August Cornwall Wildlife Trust will also be delivering daily wildlife talks and activities at the Eden Project showcasing the work they are delivering across Cornwall.
The two-minute film, narrated by Sir David Attenborough, features the voices of Stephen Fry and Alison Steadman and goes back to the glorious days of the riverbank before quickly moving on to the modern-day threats facing the beloved characters from Kenneth Grahame’s classic book. The voice-over from Sir David Attenborough ends with a message of hope: “We’ve lost so much, but together we can bring it back”.
Cornwall Wildlife Trust through showing the film wants to create a mass movement of people calling for change. Cornwall, they say, is full of nature lovers and yet our wildlife and wild places are being lost at an alarming rate. Across the UK 56% of species have been lost since 1980 and Cornwall is no exception.