Nightjar & Bat Walk

Newbridge Pumping Station car park, Gunnislake

Wear appropriate footwear and warm clothing for a nighttime walk along the Tamar Trails. Bring a torch. Well behaved dogs on leads welcome. Some bat detectors will be available to use. Places are limited - please book early 01822 834773 (Ross Hanley)

The Wellbeing Hub – Monthly Drop-In

Eliot Hall, St Germans

Come along for a cuppa and chat, plus support & advice mindful crafts health information friendship digital help

Tamar Valley AONB Annual Forum

Calstock Arts The Old Chapel, Calstock

Join us at Calstock Arts to hear about our highlights and achievements from the past 12 months and our priorities for the year ahead. Hear from the AONB team and our partners with updates on: Farming in Protected Landscapes Tamara Landscape Partnership Scheme Government plans for Protected Landscapes River Tamar Walkway & Wetland Project, Calstock …

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Wildflower Walk with Ian Bennallick – Churchtown Farm Community Nature Reserve, Saltash

Cecil Arms, by St Stephens Church Saltash

Join our wildflower expert for a walk to see the great variety of plants growing on Churchtown Farm Community Nature Reserve. Wear suitable clothing and footwear. Minors must be accompanied by an adult. Sorry no dogs. Free to members of the Friends Group and Cornwall Wildlife Trust - £2 for non-members.


Bee Keeping for Beginners

Henwood, PL14

A 3-day course designed for new and novice bee keepers, with an emphasis on practical handling. The course is a combination of classroom studies and practical work in the apiary. The aim will be to provide the student with the theoretical knowledge and the practical skills to handle a colony of bees. On completion of …

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Did you know you can hire the Tamar Valley Centre, just 5-minutes’ walk from Gunnislake Train Station, for your meeting, exhibition or event? Click here for more information