Royal Party in Park With MS4N

On the sunny jubilee bank holiday weekend Penryn Town Council hosted a royal party in the park in Trelawney Park to celebrate. The Making Space for Nature team joined the celebrations and the new habitats, and improved park provided a brilliant setting for live music, food, stalls and Punch & Judy Shows.

The Making Space for Nature stall was busy all afternoon from 12.30 to 5pm. We met hundreds of local residents and offered free drop-in activities - all with a nature theme. The activities included a treasure hunt, plant pot decorating and planting seeds to take home and grow.

We had a great time speaking to all the people that came to the party in the park. And especially enjoyed sharing with them the knowledge and experiences we have developed through the MS4N project so that they could implement it at home in their own lives and gardens. We were also incredibly grateful for the amazing feedback we had from people about the work we have carried out to improve this green space; ‘The Park in Penryn looks beautiful – a gorgeous place to spend time.’ ‘It’s nice to see so many people using the park.’ ‘I love it here – the park has so much more character now.’

Overall it was a fantastic and successful day and we are glad everyone had such a great time.

There are many more upcoming events this summer and all the details can be found on the right hand side of the page in our Key Dates section.

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