Discovery Day & AGM 2018

Discovery Day 2018 will take place on Saturday 17th November at The Eden Project. Join us for fascinating talks on our latest work and projects around Cornwall under the theme of 'Living with Nature'.

The 2018 AGM and Discovery Day will take place on Saturday 17th November at The Eden Project, St Austell, PL24 2SG.

All members are invited to the AGM, which will be held at the Seed & Pod venue in the Eden Project. Discovery Day will then follow the AGM and tickets must be bought for £15 in advance. Tickets are available to members of the public, supporters and Cornwall Wildlife Trust members and includes a day pass to The Eden Project in the price.  There is no charge for the AGM.

Book online here



9:30am - 10:00am
Registration and coffee

10.00am - 10.30am
For members of Cornwall Wildlife Trust only 

10.30am - 11.00am
Break, Fairtrade tea, and coffee available

11.00am - 3:00pm
Everyone is welcome to join us for the rest of the day at Eden for Discovery Day after the AGM. The theme for 2018 is Living with Nature, featuring experts touching on various aspects of our Living Landscapes, Living Seas and Inspiring People projects in Cornwall. 

11:00am - 11:30am
Highlights of the year at Cornwall Wildlife Trust
- Carolyn Cadman, Chief Executive

11:30am - 12:00pm
My Wild Life films
- Ian McCarthy, Award-winning Filmmaker

12:30pm - 1:00pm
Walking with Nature
- Sophie Pavelle, Wildlife Adventurer & Science Communicator

1:00pm - 1:30pm 

1:30pm - 2:00pm
Mr. George Eustice MP, Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries, and Food

2:00pm - 2:30pm
Living with Beavers film
- Tom Shelley, Conservation Manager & Nina Constable, Filmmaker

2:30pm - 3:00pm
Gardening with Nature
- Emma Pearce, Horticultural Scientist at Eden

3:00pm onwards
Walk around The Eden Project with Emma Pearce /  use Eden day pass

Discovery Day includes a FREE day pass to The Eden Project, an educational charity working to connect people with each other and the natural world through a host of striking contemporary gardens, displays, and experiences. As well as the infamous biomes, the Outdoor Gardens has a Wild Cornwall area of Cornish landscape demonstrating the wealth of Cornwall's landscapes, habitats, and wildlife. 

As a charity the Trust must hold an Annual General Meeting (AGM) every year where Trustees are voted onto or step down from Council and our previous year's accounts are accepted. All Trust members can attend and vote at our AGM and we encourage our members to use this right. On the day we like to add additional entertainment and interest by way of talks delivered by Trust staff and guest speakers. This is the 'Discovery' part of the day, where attendees get to learn in depth about the Trust's conservation work. We welcome everyone, not just members, to attend the talks to learn about how Cornwall Wildlife Trust protects Cornwall's wildlife and wild places. We also have a range of information stands and sales goods on the day, including our Wild Cornwall calendar.




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