We’re looking forward to May and these great events happening around the county!
Beach Cleans and Litter Picks:
Exhibitions, Workshops, Courses and Get Togethers:
Do you have a conservation group but not sure how to raise money? Cornwall Wildlife Trust's Fundraising team will help you to find ways to make your conservation group financially sustainable.
A great way to find out how as a business you can avoid single-use plastic and waste in the busy summer season!
Get together with like minded friends and spend a morning making reusable shopping bags!
A chance to spring-clean the garden shed and make sure those unwanted pots etc get a new life!
Loads of plastic-free goodies to check out and a beach clean too!
Learn foraging techniques and tips on a guided walk and talk tour with Emma Gunn finishing with a foraged picnic.
Beach Guardian, Final Straw Cornwall, The Final Straw Solent and Wild Tribe Heroes are collaborating to gather as many schools as possible to celebrate David Attenborough’s 93rd birthday by taking part in the ‘8th May Plastic-Free Day’
Head to Upcycle Kernow to learn how to effectively reclaim pallets and other types of timber to turn them into something useful.
A unique evening on St Michael’s Mount raising funds for Surfers Against Sewage.
A lovely plastic-free event with loads going on!
Join Bee Guardian on a beach clean and then pot up some seedlings and plant sunflower seeds in recycled beach plastic bottles!
Take along your broken household items and see if you can repair rather than throw out.
We all know that making your own is a great way to avoid plastic packaging, learn how to make bathroom essentials such as toothpaste, scrubs and dry shampoo in this workshop.
Freshen up your wardrobe and tackle textile waste.
Join Wildlife Watch volunteers and Perennial-Harvest for a gardening session sewing salad leaves.
Learn all about Cornwalls wildlife and wild spaces
What better way to get package free food!