This year it will be for one day only, and capacity crowds are expected to attend on Sunday 20th May with people travelling from around the county to enjoy the host of wildlife activities. The event is supported by South West Water and by Caerhays who have generously donated the use of their magnificent gardens for the day.
Readers of the Trust’s ‘Wild Cornwall’ magazine can use a free entry flyer from the Spring edition, otherwise entry prices for Caerhays garden are as advertised. The gates open from 10.30am to 4.00pm. Car parking is free and cafes in the garden and on the beach will be open.
Special guests this year are Gillian Burke from BBC Springwatch, and the student animation team behind PocketPals an interactive wildlife app from Exeter and Falmouth universities.
All the popular annual attractions will be there with visitors will be able to get up close to a variety of wild creatures, watch wildlife demonstrations, as well as taking part in country craft activities, with nature walks and pond dipping sessions using Caerhays’ beautiful garden and beach to its fullest.