Come along to a family fun day on the Tamar Trails, with bush craft, storytelling, activity hunts and geocaching. Or you may choose to visit one of three exhibitions – Cornish geology, market gardening in the Tamar Valley or Cornwall Open Studios. The ever-popular guided tours of Greystone Quarry are back for you to enjoy, or you may prefer to spend some time mountain biking or canoeing. Other events include a bug hunt at Drakewalls Mine, Nightjar walk & talk, Tamar Grow Local’s food market and a chance to learn more about waterpower at Morwellham.
Becki Lumbis, Education & Community Resource Officer for the Tamar Valley AONB, says, “The Festival highlights the work achieved, including the conservation of mining remains, enhancement of important wildlife habitats, creation of 25km of multi-use trails, and the opening of the Tamar Trails Centre at Gulworthy – the hub for exploring the Tamar Trails and our mining heritage. There’s something for all ages & abilities, we’re looking forward to seeing you!”
Many events are FREE of charge, but we are expecting the Festival to be popular, so please book your places early to avoid disappointment.
The Tamar Trail Festival, encouraging you to discover more within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, will run from Monday 26th May – Sunday 1st June. FREE guides will be available from local outlets towards the end of April, or download your FREE programme of events now. For further information please contact Becki Lumbis at the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty team on 01822 835030, email@example.com