"I love their famous Trebah Flans, yummy!" P. Atkinson, Truro
On Saturday 7 May, the focus of events will be on land-based wildlife, with a selection of walks, covering birdwatching, wildlife photography and plant sketching. Gary Zammit from Gwel-an-Mor will also be on hand, allowing visitors to get up close and personal with owls, slow worms and Harris hawks amongst other things. There will be pond-dipping and arts and crafts activities in the Vinery.
On Sunday 8 May, the focus will be on marine-based wildlife, making use of Trebah's unique geography and ownership of its own private beach, on the shores of the Helford River. There will be a scavanger hunt, rockpool rambles, walks and talks, arts and crafts activities, story-telling and much more.
Normal garden entry rates apply and for some activities, a donation will be asked towards the Cornwall Wildlife Trust. A full programme of activities can be found on our What's On page.