This Saturday, the Tamar Valley AONB team continue their tour of the area, gathering thoughts and ideas from the community on how best to keep our much-loved landscape special.
Since mid-October, the team have visited different venues each week, getting an insight into the priorities for, and pressures on, each area.
Charlotte Dancer, Information & Communications Officer, says; “We have been made to feel so welcome in every village we’ve visited. We have met dozens of people, who share our enthusiasm and passion for the Tamar Valley; this stands us in great stead as we move towards the next 5 years in managing our ever-changing landscape.”
Having been to Cremyll, Tavistock, Stoke Climsland and St Germans over the past month, this Saturday (16th) the team are staying close to home and will open the doors of the Tamar Valley Centre, Drakewalls, near Gunnislake, for a Coffee Morning from 9:00am – 12:00noon. All proceeds will be donated to those affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
Your ideas are important to us, and as a thank you, we will enter your name into a prize draw for the chance to win a hamper of Tamar Valley produce, courtesy of Tamar Grow Local, or a Cream Tea for 4 at the National Trust’s Cotehele.
If you are unable to join the team on Saturday, their final event will be held on Sunday 24th November, 8:00am – 12:30pm at Bere Ferrers Parish Hall, Bere Alston.
Or, if you would prefer to fill in the form from the comfort of your own home, simply click on www.tamarvalley.org.uk/consultation by 15th December.