300 native trees planted on Penrose Stream

By Bethany Rossiter On a typical wet and rainy winter’s day, National Trust Conservation Volunteers teamed up with Cornwall Wildlife Trust Wild Cober volunteers on January 31st, working very hard to plant 300 trees in an area of land at the bottom of a sloping field at Lower Lanner. The purpose of getting soaked to…

Conservation volunteers join forces to maintain rare plant reintroduction site on Loe Pool

By Bethany Rossiter A very sunny Thursday 17th May played host to another successful ‘Loe Pool Make-a-Difference’ day, which saw groups of volunteers from Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s ‘Wild Cober’ group and Penrose volunteers, work together to help maintain the strapwort site on Carminowe Creek. This work, which has been funded by the Whitley Wildlife Conservation…

The First Loe Pool Make-a-Difference Day of 2018

By Bethany Rossiter   Following a successful volunteers day on Thursday 5th April, the Loe Pool Forum, along with its partner organisations, are looking for eager volunteers to take part in a series of practical days over the rest of this coming year. These days will be based on themes such as¬†removing Himalayan balsam, leaky…

And the winner is….

The judges were immensely¬†impressed with the quality of all the posters submitted in the Penrose Poster Competition, but a winner had to be chosen. So congratulations to Ollie Pearce!! Loe Pool Forum voted ‘Plants of Loe Pool’ as the best poster for its detail, accuracy and presentation. Likewise, well done to the runners up (featured…