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Making Space for Nature – two events in Launceston NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE

Cornwall is in a climate and ecological emergency so we need to create healthier habitats everywhere for species to colonise, allowing natural systems to rebalance, which in turn will improve the lives of people.

European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) funding has been secured to invest in urban green spaces as part of the Making Space for Nature project. We will be working in Bodmin, Falmouth, Launceston, Liskeard, Newquay, Penryn and St. Austell.

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The plan is to enhance spaces such as recreation grounds, parks, edges of sports fields, verges and closed churchyards to create havens for bees, butterflies, birds and hedgehogs. There will be wildflower meadows, ponds, hedges, trees, pollinator shrubs and bulbs to brighten up selected areas.

If you’d like to know more, two open events are being held in Launceston this Saturday:

  • NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE DUE TO WEATHER FORECAST: At Windmill Hill (also known as Coronation Park) an information sharing event, NOW TO BE HELD IN THE FOYER OF THE LEISURE CENTRE on Saturday 29 February from 2pm to 4pm. Residents will be able to view the plans for Windmill Hill and the wooded area beside it.
  • A workshop to explore the design of open spaces around Ridgegrove Lane. Refreshments provided. At St Thomas Church Hall, Riverside, Newport, Launceston PL15 8DH on Saturday 29 February from 11am to 1pm. For more information please email Melissa Muir: mm815@exeter.ac.uk

Everyone welcome to both these events.

You can read more about Making Space for Nature here.