Are you worried about wildlife? Would you like help and support to do something about it in your own garden or outdoor space?
As part of a wider on-going community project, Treverbyn Hall (Stenalees, near St Austell) are looking for ‘test bunnies’ to have help in their own homes and gardens to make their spaces more wildlife friendly. Whether you are concerned about recent reports of the loss of bees, birds or hedgehogs, they can help you make your outdoor space a haven for wildlife. They are offering free friendly advice and support and free seed, trees and shrubs to help you make your garden or planter or windowsill more wildlife friendly.
They want to create connected spaces across Treverbyn Parish from the hall, to the school, to the church, to the park and to individual homes that will become new wildlife corridors across the community. This will really benefit wildlife and help provide shelter for a number of species that have been put ‘at risk’ by recent events such as climate change, pesticide use and building over green spaces. If you are interested in joining up then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01726 858657
And if you don’t have an outdoor space, but would you still like to help wildlife in the area, then there are lots of other ways you can still get involved.