Wild Penwith Hedge Survey


Wild Penwith Hedge Survey:

Getting started

What makes Cornish hedges special?  They are founded on stone
boundaries, but the legislation to protect hedgerows nationally looks at
the number of trees and woodland species in a hedge, which is not an
appropriate method for our hedges.  The Wild Penwith Project aims to
raise awareness of  the historic, landscape and biodiversity value of
hedges in West Penwith, and to gather data on the range of species
associated with hedges so as to highlight the importance of these often
ancient structures.

BOOKING ESSENTIAL. Please join us in our survey of the wildlife and
history of the hedges in West Penwith. The Wild Penwith hedge project is
part of a national survey and will be ongoing throughout the Summer. If
you can spare a few hours a week then come along to this project launch
day to find out more.

Starts on 21/05/2011
Start time 13:00
End time 16:00
Type General event
Location Penwith

Meet at From Penzance heading west on A30 turn right in Drift village to
Sancreed. In the village turn left after the church, the hall is
immediately on the right. There is plenty of roadside parking. 
Grid Reference SW 419 294

What to bring Suitable outdoor clothing and a clip board if you have one

Leader(s) Jan Dinsdale (Wild Penwith) 

Organised by Wild Penwith project

Disabled access provided No

Contact(s) Jan Dinsdale 07779 457410