Devon Beaver Project

We are proud to announce we’re working with Devon Wildlife Trust by helping fund phase 2 of the Devon Beaver Project  read more

OPAL Tree Surveys

OPAL is developing a wide range of local and national programmes to encourage people from all backgrounds to get back in touch with nature. The project also generates valuable scientific data concerning the state of our environment read more

Great British Elm Experiment

We’re please to announce the successful application for including in this exciting and long term national project read more

Water Vole Release Programme

Westland Countryside Stewards are at the forefront of a plan to reintroduce the endangered water vole to the Bude river catchment read more

Cornwall Mink Initiative

We’d like to hear from landowners within Cornwall with regards to the presence of North American Mink. Follow the link to help us complete the survey read more

Nature Signs and Entrance Signs

After a successful funding from the Big Lottery Fund we have designed and installed our lovely new nature information boards and signs on Kilkhampton Common read more

Tree Planting

On the 11th and 12th December 2012 our successful application for 420 saplings from the Woodland Trust were planted out on Kilkhampton Common read more

Footpath Work

On Saturday 3rd November 2012 our first volunteer event took place to help lay down a surface on the lower footpath that runs along the river of Kilkhampton Common read more

Riverside Walk

One of our projects to help improve access on Kilkhampton Common has been the riverside walk read more

Wildlife Pond

with major landscaping work we have created a pond for wildlife on Kilkhampton Common read more

Butterfly Conservation

Read about a visit by Cornwall Butterfly Conservation to our site at Kilkhampton Common read more

Historic Spring

Read about the reinstatement of this historic spring on the access track to Kilkhampton Common read more

Notice Board installation

Installation of our new notice board on Kilkhampton Common is now complete read more

The Kilkhampton Apiary

Trustees John Duncan and Dennis Vanstone completed a Beginners’ Course run by the Holsworthy Branch of the Devon Beekeepers Association during the winter of 2010/2011 and started keeping their own bees in April 2011 read more