Love Your Lakes Photo Competition 2019

Following the resounding success of last year’s ‘Love your Lakes’ photo competition, South West Lakes Trust and South West Water have decided to launch it again this year. Now in its seventh year, the competition encourages people of all ages to engage with the natural environment and make the most of the fantastic photo opportunities…

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13th May 2019

Foraging event – learn how to dine out in style at Siblyback!

Feeling peckish? Join Jacky the Wilderness Woman at Siblyback Lake on Sunday 26 May – she has a great recipe for slug, but if you are feeling slightly less adventurous, you can also learn about all kinds of wild foods and ways to forage around the lake. This is a great opportunity to find out…

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8th May 2019

Teaming up with South West Water for Invasive Species Week 2019

Invasive species Week 2019, beginning on Monday 13th May, is a joint initiative led by the GB Non-Native Species Secretariat. Working in partnership with South West Water, we will be delivering a series of events and activities at various lakes to raise awareness of the impacts of invasive species and how visitors to the lakes…

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3rd May 2019

Access for All in the Countryside – A Tale of Two Andrews

It is something many of us take for granted, that on these lovely spring days we have been having over Easter, we can head out into the countryside to enjoy the sunny weather, spectacular scenery and wonderful wildlife that the south west has to offer. However, for many people with disabilities, it is not as…

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25th April 2019

Burrator News 29 – April Monthly Newsletter

1. Second Tavistock Student Ranger Programme Completed On Tuesday 2 April, our second team of Student Rangers completed their final day of the 10 week programme, tree planting with our midweek volunteer team and received their John Muir Awards. The Student Ranger programme was pioneered by PC Julian Fry, and run by the Police, South…

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18th April 2019