Over 200 children take part in first Tamara Bioblitz

Myles overlooking the River Tamar.

In the run up to the summer there have been numerous art, heritage, nature, local produce and water- based events taking place. We also ran our first ever large-scale school event at Pentillie Castle and Estate. The BioBlitz took place over three days with 232 pupils and staff from four local primary schools joining in. They took part in nature-based activities, including bird ringing, bug hunting, land art, yoga and willow tepee creation.




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