FAMILY EVENT FOR CORNWALL WILDLIFE TRUSTíS NEW SITE AT TREBAH GARDEN
1 May 2014
For anybody staying in cottages in Cornwall looking for a lovely family day out can now go and enjoy the Westcountry wildlife charity’s beautiful new waterside location.
Founded in 1962, the Cornwall Wildlife Trust, was established in order to safeguard Cornwall’s habitats and wildlife, and now it has moved to Trebah Garden near Falmouth.
The charity is set to mark its relocation with the annual celebration of wildlife they host.
The event, taking place on May 11 and 12, will allow people to get a hands-on look at Cornwall’s wildlife and also learn from the experts which is great for grown-ups and children alike.
Mark Nicholson, chairman of the trustees for Cornwall Wildlife Trust said: “Cornwall’s wildlife is well worth celebrating,”
“I would urge everyone to take this special opportunity to find out about the diversity of our wildlife and show your support for its protection. Trebah is a beautiful setting for a spring day out and we look forward to welcoming everyone to this fantastic wild event.”
“We are all very excited at Trebah to be hosting and supporting this fabulous two day event,” Nigel Burnett, director of Trebah Garden said. “Our team have really enjoyed working with the Cornwall Wildlife Trust through the planning stages.”There will be a fun-packed day full of wildlife advice and information, as well as the chance to meet bats, barn owls, buzzards and snakes. Be sure not to miss out on the opportunity to go rockpooling with the trust’s marine team on Trebah’s private beach.