Cornwall Wildlife Trust
We’re pleased to announce that we are working with Cornwall Wildlife Trust as our 2016 Charity of the Year!
Heligan Woods Campsite announces business partnership with Cornwall Wildlife Trust
Heligan Woods Campsite is delighted to announce a business partnership with Cornwall Wildlife Trust, the leading local wildlife charity working to protect Cornwall's wildlife and wild places.
The five star campsite next to the Lost Gardens of Heligan on the South Coast of Cornwall aims to run a number of events to raise awareness about Cornwall's wildlife through education, events and volunteer opportunities and to help children have fun with nature through Fox Club, the junior wildlife club aimed at primary aged children.
Cornwall Wildlife Trust is a registered charity established in 1962 by a group of highly committed and forward looking individuals to safeguard Cornwall’s habitats and associated wildlife. The Trust fulfils a unique role in that it is concerned solely with Cornwall and all aspects of conserving the county’s wildlife.
As concern for wildlife and the countryside has grown, Cornwall Wildlife Trust has gone from strength to strength. Now, with more than 17,000 members, over 1,000 active volunteers and 110 Business Members the Trust can build on the secure base that it has established.
Over the past few decades, a great deal of change has taken place in Cornwall’s countryside. Happily, in conservation terms Cornwall remains one of the richest and most diverse counties in Britain and, through its work since 1962, Cornwall Wildlife Trust has worked, and will continue to work to ensure that this status is maintained.
General Manager of Heligan Woods, Graham Brown, said: "We’re delighted to welcome the Cornwall Wildlife Trust as Heligan Woods' new charity business partner. The organisation carries out vital work protect Cornwall's wildlife and wild places and we look forward to supporting their activities through fundraising and awareness events.”
For more information visit http://www.cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk/