Trebah Garden Hosts 3rd Annual Wildlife Celebration
Trebah Garden is again the perfect venue as we countdown to the 3rd annual Wildlife Celebration.
Over two days at the end of April, the Garden plays host to this unique event, organised by the Cornwall Wildlife Trust to showcase the wonderful work they do around the countryside that surrounds our Cornwall holiday parks.
You can catch the Wildlife Celebration over the weekend of April 23rd and April 24th, and many are expected to turn out to support the Trust and Garden.
Previous event’s attractions will be returning for the 3rd year, with guests also getting an opportunity to get a closer look at some impressive birds of prey, reptiles and bats. These animals will be brought to the Wildlife Celebration by the Feadon Farm Wildlife Centre and the Cornwall Bat Group.
Mark Nicholson, chairman of trustees for Cornwall Wildlife Trust, said: “As well as being a very enjoyable event, our Wildlife Celebration is a brilliant way for you to meet our people and find out about the work we do. And if anything you see encourages you to help us in conserving wildlife, by becoming a volunteer or a member, that's even better.”
Trebah Garden’s Director, Nigel Burnett, added: “We are delighted to again play host to the Cornwall Wildlife Trust and support such a worthy cause.”
If you’re staying at our Cornwall holiday parks and interested in supporting this local event, head down to Trebah Garden from 10.30 April 23rd and 24th. Entry price is £9 for adults, £8 for seniors like me and just £3 for the children.