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Bat Walk

May 3 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm

greater horseshoe bats in limestone cave_Michael Hammett/Natural England
Join the Tamara Landscape Partnership Scheme and volunteers from Gunnislake Community Matters for a guided evening walk at the National Trust’s Cotehele.
We’ll spend the evening using bat detectors to look and listen for these nocturnal creatures – and other night-time wildlife such as Tawny Owls.
Please meet at Cotehele Quay car park at 8pm. Parking is free for National Trust members but if you are not a member you will need to pay for parking.
What you’ll need:
1. Warm and waterproof outdoor clothing
2. Head torch
3. Binoculars/bat detector if you have your own
This event is suitable for families but all under 18s must be supervised by an adult.
There are two dates to choose from – Thursday 28th April or Tuesday 3rd May, both 8pm-9:30pm.
To book your FREE place, please contact Sammy Fraser – samantha.fraser@cornwall.gov.uk, 07522 409428.
(image for illustrative purposes only, not taken at Cotehele: greater horseshoe bats in limestone cave (c) Michael Hammett/Natural England)

Venue

Cotehele Quay
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