• Marine champions across Cornwall come together

    Wednesday 22nd March, 2017

    On Sunday the 5th March 120 marine champions from across Cornwall came together for the fifth annual Your Shore Conference to celebrate the achievements of the voluntary Local Marine Conservation Groups in Cornwall and the South West.

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  • Stunning Island Nature Reserve Opens For Season

    Wednesday 15th March, 2017

    Once again Looe Island Nature Reserve is taking bookings for their ever popular Guided Walks. So now is the time to book your place to visit Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s stunning Island Nature Reserve, just off the coast at Looe. It all begins with the joy of a boat trip, followed by a fascinating guided tour with the warden around the island which, with its various habitats, provides a quiet haven for wildlife.

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  • Business Backs Nature

    Monday 13th March, 2017

    Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s recent ‘Wild Business’ networking breakfast was hailed a success by those that attended and 100% of respondents agreed that: ‘Incorporating nature into business can benefit people and the environment'.

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  • Cornwall’s wildlife gardens open for the Trust

    Thursday 9th March, 2017

    Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s Open Gardens scheme is once again offering residents and visitors alike the chance to explore some of the county’s most stunning gardens with an exciting new season featuring established favourites and others opening for the first time.

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  • Masterclass demystifies seafood sustainability

    Wednesday 8th February, 2017

    Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s award winning Cornwall Good Seafood Guide is offering an exclusive ‘Seafood Sustainability Masterclasses’ to supporters. The courses have been trialled successfully on over 70 staff from Bedruthan Hotel and Spa and the Scarlet Hotel, and with 30 St Austell Brewery Chefs at their latest Chefs Forum meeting.

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  • Time to act to protect Cornish hedges

    Thursday 26th January, 2017

    Cornish hedges provide vital refuge for many of Cornwall’s native species. Without them many animal species; birds, beetles, bats, bees, moths and butterflies and small mammals, would not exist.

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  • Grow your business the ‘wild’ way this year

    Friday 13th January, 2017

    Free networking event for businesses organised by Cornwall Wildlife Trust, in partnership with University of Exeter Business School.

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  • A decade of natural partnership with South West Water

    Wednesday 14th December, 2016

    Cornwall Wildlife Trust is delighted to announce the tenth anniversary of its longstanding relationship with Wildlife Partner South West Water. The water company has for the past decade committed to support a host of the Trust’s marine events which, last year, were enjoyed by nearly 3,000 people of all ages, all around the county.

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  • Join the Trust for a conservation taster day

    Tuesday 13th December, 2016

    Join leading local wildlife charity Cornwall Wildlife Trust for a morning’s practical conservation work on the banks of College Reservoir, near Mabe, Penryn, on Thursday 12th January, and become a volunteer with the Trust’s Upstream Thinking project.

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  • Cornwall’s Seafood Triumphs at the Sustainability Awards

    Tuesday 6th December, 2016

    The Cornwall Good Seafood Guide, a Cornwall Wildlife Trust project, has won the category for 'Best Contribution to Cornwall's Brand Through Sustainability: Enabler' at the Cornwall Sustainability Awards 2016. This annual event aims to encourage, reward and gain recognition for the excellent work businesses and organisations are doing to improve their own sustainability, and that of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly as a whole.

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