Saturday June 7th. PENADLAKE near Looe.
Penadlake is a farm which has been given over to, and managed for, wildlife. Much of it consists of woodland, meadows and lakes, with a wealth of plants, animals/birds and invertebrates. There is the opportunity for both landscape and wildlife photography. Penadlake is not open to the public but Philip and Faith Hambley do allow groups to visit and they provide coffee and tea on arrival, and a light lunch (usually pasties, Faith’s cakes and scones and cream) for which there is a small charge. Philip will give a short tour of the property initially and we will then be free to photograph where we want. We will be giving a donation to Philip and Faith for charity – they do not charge a fee for our visit. Penadlake is a very special place – Cornwall Wildlife Trust Photographic Group has visited it on a couple of occasions and it is a very popular venue! You must book with Margaret for this event and let her have your telephone number as well as your e-mail. The reason for this is that if the weather is bad we may be able to rearrange it on another date at short notice.
Time: 10-30am to 3-30pm
Directions will be available nearer the time to those who have booked.
Please pay on the day and ensure you your place book with the Field Trip Leader.
Leader: Margaret Hocking ARPS
Tel. No.01872 561219