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Heritage Weekend at Wheal Martyn - Sat 8 Mar 2014 to Sun 9 Mar 2014

With a theme 'from Prehistoric to the Present Day', a group of local museums from the former Restormel area recently took part in a heritage weekend hosted at Wheal Martyn Museum on 8 and 9 March. Many visitors had come specially to see the exhibitions, with some travelling from as far away as Saltash and Devon on what turned out to be the first nice weekend of spring! Visitors were also able to participate in an interesting consultation session, led by Tamsin Mallett, all about the new Cornwall Record Office. - Read more aboutHeritage Weekend at Wheal Martyn - Sat 8 Mar 2014 to Sun 9 Mar 2014 >

Successful South West Fly Fair at Roadford - Sat 1 Mar 2014

The sun shone on Roadford Lake for the second South West Fly Fishing Fair on Saturday 1 March. A crowd of over 400 people gathered for the event and witnessed a host of angling celebrities providing demonstrations such as fly casting, cooking trout, fly tying, float tubing and drawing as well as there being a host of local trade stands providing some real tackle bargains throughout the day. - Read more aboutSuccessful South West Fly Fair at Roadford - Sat 1 Mar 2014 >

New Partnership to be Launched at Wheal Martyn - Mon 24 Feb 2014

Next month a fantastic collaborative partnership between Wheal Martyn Museum and The Old Press CIC is to be launched. - Read more aboutNew Partnership to be Launched at Wheal Martyn - Mon 24 Feb 2014 >

Tree Planting at Siblyback Lake - Wed 19 Feb 2014

During the February Half Term a number of activities open to the public took place at Siblyback Lake. On 19 February some eager volunteers joined South West Lakes Trust's (SWLT) conservation team to take part in some tree planting. - Read more aboutTree Planting at Siblyback Lake - Wed 19 Feb 2014 >

Community Orchard Project at Wimbleball - Tue 18 Feb 2014

On 18 February a Community Orchard was planted at Wimbleball Lake, Exmoor. 28 volunteers, including local residents, Police Community Support Officer Bryan Stevens and Dulverton and District Young People's Project (DDYPP), got stuck in to the planting of 35 apple trees, all local varieties, supplied by Adam's Apples, Honiton. - Read more aboutCommunity Orchard Project at Wimbleball - Tue 18 Feb 2014 >

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