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Volunteers Brave the Weather at College Lake - Sat 8 Feb 2014

On Saturday 8 February three committed volunteers met with South West Lakes Trust Countryside Manager, Richard Smith at College Lake in Penryn to undertake the job of non-native species management. Even with storms forecasted and 70mph winds predicted, Ross Dimmock, Sarah Sproston and Rhodri Gruffydd, who all study environmental courses at either Duchy College or Exeter University (Tremough campus), braved the weather to volunteer and gain practical experience. - Read more aboutVolunteers Brave the Weather at College Lake - Sat 8 Feb 2014 >

Conservation Works Continue at Roadford - Mon 3 Feb 2014

Last month saw the completion of a small project at Roadford Lake. A series of scrapes and small ponds were excavated to add valuable wetland habitats and to expand the pond creation works that formed part of the wider 2009 Biodiversity Project between South West Water, South West Lakes Trust, West Devon Borough Council, Pennon Environmental Fund, Pond Conservation - Million Ponds Project and the Environment Agency. - Read more aboutConservation Works Continue at Roadford - Mon 3 Feb 2014 >

Gold Green Tourism Business Scheme Award for Wimbleball Lake - Thu 30 Jan 2014

South West Lakes Trust is proud to announce that Wimbleball Lake has been re-awarded the Green Tourism Business Scheme's Gold Award. - Read more aboutGold Green Tourism Business Scheme Award for Wimbleball Lake - Thu 30 Jan 2014 >

Wheal Martyn Staff and Volunteers Achieve Welcome Host Gold - Wed 22 Jan 2014

A group of staff and volunteers from Wheal Martyn have undertaken the ‘Welcome Host Gold' training, a highly practical customer service training course which uses varied active training styles to give participants the skills and knowledge they can immediately use in the workplace. - Read more aboutWheal Martyn Staff and Volunteers Achieve Welcome Host Gold - Wed 22 Jan 2014 >

South West Lakes Trust donates Christmas Trees for NSPCC’s Annual Festival of Trees - Tue 21 Jan 2014

South West Lakes Trust donated two Christmas trees from Burrator Reservoir for the NSPCC's 17th Festival of Trees, a glittering Christmas event which raises money to provide local NSPCC services to children in the South West. - Read more aboutSouth West Lakes Trust donates Christmas Trees for NSPCC’s Annual Festival of Trees - Tue 21 Jan 2014 >

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