Meet at Mawnan Church, Old Church Road, Mawnan TR11 5HY SW 788 272

Investigate the fascinating rock pools at Prisk Cove and discover the hidden world of crabs, fish, sea anemones and strange shellfish with Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s Marine Conservation. Please wear non-slip rock scrambling shoes that you are prepared to get wet, wellies or wetsuit boots.… Read more

With Dr Carol Williams. Old buildings, mature woodland and pasture around the Helford River provides a rich habitat for many bat species.   Look around the grounds of Trenarth Manor to see and hear them emerging to feed. Dr Carol Williams of the Bat Conservation Trust has made a particular study of the Bat species of the Helford. … Read more

Durgan Beach Helford River SW 773 272

Our end of summer barbeque and get together on the beach. You don’t have to snorkel to come and join the Barbecue but if you like to, join the Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s Marine Experts on a guided tour of Durgan Bay. … Read more

Falmouth Art Gallery, Top Floor Municipal Offices, The Moor, Falmouth TR11 3QA

A Free Event

Come and be inspired to volunteer in Marine Conservation work, watch films of marine life off the coast of Cornwall and listen to people active in the many successful projects that are taking place.… Read more

Gweek Village Hall, TR12 6UG

Wreck hunter and enthusiast, Mark Milburn, talks about his finds and searches in and around the Helford River. From WWII bombs to lost wrecks, the Helford River still has many secrets to be discovered.

Free for Under 18s and HMCG Members £4 for othersRead more

Gweek Village Hall, TR12 6UG

Join us for an illustrated talk from Rupert Kirkwood about all the marine wildlife he has encountered during his kayak trips around the coast of Devon and Cornwall. Rupert has clocked up over 23,000 miles and finds the expeditions so exciting he finds he cannot stop, having encountered and photographed a wealth of marine life including Seals, Cetaceans and even a Humpback Whale.… Read more

Tom Horton, project officer for the Thunnus UK project will tell us about the United Kingdom’s research on Atlantic Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus Thynnus). Now three years on since he gave a talk for us at the beginning of this exciting project leading from the return of fabulous fish to UK waters.… Read more

Events

Meet at Mawnan Church, Old Church Road, Mawnan TR11 5HY SW 788 272

Investigate the fascinating rock pools at Prisk Cove and discover the hidden world of crabs, fish, sea anemones and strange shellfish with Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s Marine Conservation. Please wear non-slip rock scrambling shoes that you are prepared to get wet, wellies or wetsuit boots.… Read more

With Dr Carol Williams. Old buildings, mature woodland and pasture around the Helford River provides a rich habitat for many bat species.   Look around the grounds of Trenarth Manor to see and hear them emerging to feed. Dr Carol Williams of the Bat Conservation Trust has made a particular study of the Bat species of the Helford. … Read more

Durgan Beach Helford River SW 773 272

Our end of summer barbeque and get together on the beach. You don’t have to snorkel to come and join the Barbecue but if you like to, join the Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s Marine Experts on a guided tour of Durgan Bay. … Read more

Falmouth Art Gallery, Top Floor Municipal Offices, The Moor, Falmouth TR11 3QA

A Free Event

Come and be inspired to volunteer in Marine Conservation work, watch films of marine life off the coast of Cornwall and listen to people active in the many successful projects that are taking place.… Read more

Gweek Village Hall, TR12 6UG

Wreck hunter and enthusiast, Mark Milburn, talks about his finds and searches in and around the Helford River. From WWII bombs to lost wrecks, the Helford River still has many secrets to be discovered.

Free for Under 18s and HMCG Members £4 for othersRead more

Gweek Village Hall, TR12 6UG

Join us for an illustrated talk from Rupert Kirkwood about all the marine wildlife he has encountered during his kayak trips around the coast of Devon and Cornwall. Rupert has clocked up over 23,000 miles and finds the expeditions so exciting he finds he cannot stop, having encountered and photographed a wealth of marine life including Seals, Cetaceans and even a Humpback Whale.… Read more

Tom Horton, project officer for the Thunnus UK project will tell us about the United Kingdom’s research on Atlantic Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus Thynnus). Now three years on since he gave a talk for us at the beginning of this exciting project leading from the return of fabulous fish to UK waters.… Read more

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