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  • Cornwall Wildlife Trust maps Cornish Hedges

    Thursday 14th June, 2018

    Cornish hedges have been an intrinsic part of Cornwall’s landscape for thousands of years, and with an estimated 30,000 miles of hedges in Cornwall creating a map of the entire network was a huge undertaking, but it has now been done by Cornwall Wildlife Trust.

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  • Award winning garden opens for Trust

    Wednesday 13th June, 2018

    An award-winning garden that has featured on television’s Gardeners World programme is the latest to open as part of the Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s Open Gardens scheme.

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  • Battle to protect wildlife at sea receives boost today

    Friday 8th June, 2018

    Cornwall Wildlife Trust welcomes the possibility of eight new Marine Conservation Zones in Cornish waters, to better protect our seas.

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  • Father’s Day Wildlife Gardening Special

    Friday 8th June, 2018

    Sunday 17th June is Father’s Day and if you are looking for somewhere to take that garden loving man in your family then Lethytep at Lanreath should be top of the list.

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  • Scything for Cornwall’s wildlife

    Tuesday 5th June, 2018

    This summer Cornwall Wildlife Trust volunteers have been re-equipped to continue their essential, hands on conservation work to look after Cornwall’s wildlife and wild places. Due to hard work and expansion of the Upstream Thinking volunteers, original equipment is wearing out fast. Thanks to top-up funding from South West Water, they are now enjoying some high-quality new tools and wet weather gear.

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  • Celebs go wild with the Trust

    Thursday 24th May, 2018

    Two well-known supporters of wildlife issues, BBC Springwatch presenter Gillian Burke and artist Kurt Jackson, have joined in support Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s 30 Days Wild campaign which encourages everyone to do something wild every day during the month of June.

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  • Sun shines on successful Wildlife Celebration

    Thursday 24th May, 2018

    Over 1,500 people attended Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s Wildlife Celebration - their biggest annual event, when it was held at Caerhays Castle Gardens on Sunday 20th May.

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  • Upstream Thinking Volunteer Taster Day

    Thursday 24th May, 2018

    Join Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s Upstream Thinking Volunteers for a ‘Taster Day’ of practical conservation on Thursday 7th June, meeting at 9:45am (until about 3pm) at Argal Reservoir car park near Penryn. Practical volunteers are an important part of the Trust’s Upstream Thinking Project, a South West Water (SWW) initiative. Upstream Thinking works with local farmers and landowners towards cleaner water and improved homes for wildlife in and around the College and Argal Reservoirs which provide drinking water for Falmouth and Penryn.

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  • Cornish tradition and stunning views at Little Park Farm

    Thursday 24th May, 2018

    A traditional farmhouse and stunning views over the Malpas Passage, and down the river to Kea and beyond, make the south facing hillside gardens at Little Park Farm in Malpas something very special. Visitors and residents can see for themselves when Little Park opens in aid of Cornwall Wildlife Trust on Sunday 3rd June from 2.00pm to 5.00pm.

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  • A wild Sunday with the Trust

    Thursday 17th May, 2018

    This Sunday is the day to go wild at Caerhays Castle with Cornwall Wildlife Trust at their annual Wildlife Celebration. This is their biggest event of the year and showcases the work they do to protect Cornwall’s wildlife and wild places.

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