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See the stunning gardens and wildlife when staying at our Cornwall accommodation

A two-day event organised by Cornwall Wildlife Trust celebrates Cornish wildlife and hopes to showcase the work the Trust does around the county. Held at the stunning Trebah Gardens it is a great opportunity to see the garden and Cornish wildlife while staying at the best Cornwall accommodation.

The Wildlife Celebration is to be held over the weekend of April 23 and 24. People from all across Cornwall are expected to travel to Trebah Gardens, near Falmouth.

This is the third year Trebah Gardens has partnered with the Trust for the event. All the annual attractions will be there from buzzards, hawks, owls, reptiles and bats.

The animals will be brought to the garden by Feadon Farm Wildlife Centre and Cornwall Bat Group. There will also be staff and volunteers from the Trust at the garden who will be there to explain to visitors what they do.

Nigel Burnet, director at Trebah Gardens, said: "We are delighted to again play host to the Cornwall Wildlife Trust and support such a worthy cause."

The Wildlife Celebration will be a way to get visitors to see and find out about the work that the Cornwall Wildlife Trust does as well as to get people talking about conservation for the local wildlife and Cornwall's nature.

If you are staying at our luxury Cornwall accommodation in April, take a trip to Trebah Gardens where you can see the wonderful flower displays and sub-tropical plants, as well as the local wildlife.

Entry price is £9 for adults, £8 for seniors and £3 for children. Gates will be open from 10.30am - 4pm for the celebrations but the garden stays open to 5.30pm.

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Photo by: Dane Gardner

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