Cornwall Wildlife Trust Charity Christmas Cards

This year Whistlefish are proud to be sponsoring Cornwall Wildlife Trust's Christmas card range. As a Cornwall based company we see first-hand the positive impact that environmental conservations such as Cornwall Wildlife Trust has on our countyside and we are thrilled to help support this. A combination of local photography and classic Whistlefish illustrations, this small range available exclusively on CWT's website, will see 100% of sale go towards this incredible local charity.

“We are extremely grateful for Whistlefish’s immense generosity in sponsoring our 2022 Christmas card range. We understand the importance and need to protect nature and our wild places – and so do Whistlefish! Through the support of their kind donation, together, we can create a Cornwall where nature thrives.”

Scott Marsden – Marketing & Communications Manager, Cornwall Wildlife Trust

Cornwall wildlife charity Christmas cards

The Cornwall Wildlife Trust was founded in 1962 their goal was, and still is, to maintain and preserve nature in Cornwall by protecting areas that allow wildlife to flourish. They have greatly succeeded in many areas of Cornwall; in grassland, meadows, woodland and in the sea. The Cornwall Wildlife Trust are passionate about conservation and by focusing on restoring these habitats, allow nature to blossom not only for the environment but for people as well.

Photo: Penhale Misty Landscape by Ben Watkins

These areas of nature preservation are great to visit for birdwatchers and hikers alike, it's clear to see where the work of the Cornwall Wildlife Trust goes when exploring these places. Here's a list of areas protected by Cornwall Wildlife Trust that are open to the public:

  • Baker's Pitt near Zennor
  • Bartinney near Lands End
  • Beales Meadows near Langdon Cross
  • Bissoe Valley near Truro
  • Bostraze near Saint Just
  • Bosvenning Common near Penzance
  • Cabilla and Redrice Woods near Bodmin
  • Carn Moor near Penzance
  • Chun Downs near Penzance
  • Churchton Farm Nature Reserve near Saltash
  • Chyverton near Truro
  • Devichoys Wood near Falmouth
  • Downhill Meadow near Newquay
  • Five Acres near Truro
  • Fox Corner near Truro
  • Greena Moor (Creddacott Meadows) near Week St Mary
  • Helman Tor near Bodmin
  • Looe Island accessible by boat off the coast of Looe
  • Lower Lewdon near Kilkhampton
  • North Predannack Downs near Helston
  • Park Hoskyn (the Hayman Reserve) near Truro
  • Pendarves Wood near Camborne
  • Penhale Dunes near Perranporth
  • Penlee Battery near Saltash
  • Priddacombes Downs near Bodmin
  • Quoit Heathland near Newquay
  • Redlake Cottage Meadows near Lostwithial 
  • Ropehaven Cliffs near St Austell
  • Rosenannon Downs near Bodmin
  • St Erth Pitts near Hayle
  • Sylvia's Meadow near Callington
  • Tamar Estuary near Saltash
  • Tincombe near Saltash
  • Trebarwith near Camelford
  • Tregonetha near Saint Columb
  • Tresayes near St Austell
  • Tywardreath Marsh near St Austell
  • Upton Towans near Gwithian
  • Ventongimps Moor near Zelah
  • Windmill Farm near The Lizard

You might need to bring your wellies to many of these! To find out more about the locations listed above - including accessibility and best time of the year to visit - click here.

Photo: Chough on the Cliff by Ben Watkins

To find out more about The Cornwall Wildlife Trust Visit their website cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk

 

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