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Join one of our local events, sign up for a challenge or attend an event being organised in support of Cornwall Hospice Care. We’re sure you’ll find something that suits you.

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Lands End to John O'Groats Virtual Cycle Challenge

Lands End to John O'Groats Virtual Cycle Challenge

Well folks, here we are in another Lockdown. The feedback we received for our lockdown challenges last year was that it gave people a goal, a reason to get up and get out to achieve a challenge. The huge success of Tour de Cornwall and positive feedback around mental health has spurred us on to new challenges. One of our supporters has suggested a virtual cycle from Lands end to John O’Groats. Well we’re up for it if you are! Its 874 miles and we reckon around 20 miles cycling a week on average throughout 2021. We’re giving you all year to achieve it and any miles you cycle will count, including our Coast and Clay cycling event this July.

So drag that rusting bike out of the garage and give it some love or you can do it on your exercise bike, spin bike, Peleton, skateboard or wheelchair, whatever, you just need to be rolling.  We’re offering another spanking medal and certificate on completion and lots of encouragement and laughs in our Strava Team.

You can do this on your own or you can enter as a team. Do it anywhere, anytime. The idea being to get us all motivated to get out and get moving and of course raising some critical funds for the Hospices.

Entry fees are £25 per adult and there’s a spot of Merch on offer too! Grab yourself a Team CHC Cycling Jersey, or Supporter T-shirt to show the world you’re supporting your local Hospice. Purchase here.

Whilst this is all great fun, It would be amazing if you could find a few friends to support you, every penny counts to fund the care we provide at Mount Edgcumbe and St Julia’s Hospice and you will have helped make a huge difference in these tough times. So please remember to set up a JustGiving page when you register, a modest of goal is very achievable and feels amazing when you beat it, knowing its going to fund those last treasured moments.

All you need to do is sign up, download  the free Strava App, join our Team CHC Strava Club and share your stories, photos and achievements and we’ll shout them out on our media channels.

Can I cycle my own route?

Yes you can cycle anywhere, anytime, it’s up to you how you get your distance. You can do it on your own or as a team.

How do I fundraise?

Set up your JustGiving page and share it everywhere to tell the world who will instantly empty their purses into your fundraiser from the sheer shock of learning that you are going to cycle 874 miles. If you want to fundraise for a particular Hospice, sign with just giving to Cornwall Hospice Care and then let us know which Hospice, St Julia’s or Mount Edgcumbe you are supporting.

We’re giving until 31st Decmember 2021 to complete your ride. Upload your rides on strava. We’ll also send you a challenge tracker to upload your monthly miles. When you finish just send us your tracker history and we’ll send you the medal and a smashing certificate to hang on the wall.

On a more serious note, we’re facing a national crisis like no other while still keeping our two hospices open 24/7. With your help we’re continuing to care for terminally ill people in Cornwall and we need you to ensure we maintain this core service.

With all our shops closed and our fundraising events postponed, we need you now more than ever. We are, as a charity, totally reliant on the support of people like you.

£20 funds an hour of our specialist nursing care. If 100 people raised £200 each for us that’s 1000 hours of nursing care.

You could help make that happen, sign up today and invite your friends.

For all cyclists, sponsorship is optional. But please we need you now more than ever and every penny counts to fund those last treasured moments

What happens next?
  1. Register today by clicking on the above red button.
  2. You will receive a confirmation email from our booking platform letting you know that your registration was successful. There will also be details on how you can join the Strava Club.
  3. Setup a JustGiving sponsorship page. Please do so, just £20 raised makes a huge difference to the care we offer.
  4. Share your fundraising page with your friends and family to raise sponsorship for Cornwall Hospice Care.
  5. Start Cycling now
  6. Keep going and build up your distance to complete 874 miles by  31st December 2021
  7. Once you have completed the event, share your distance with us and we’ll be in touch to celebrate your success.
Downloads
LEJOG Terms and Conditions of Entry

See the Terms and Conditions of Entry to LEJOG virtual Cycle Challenge

LEJOG Sponsor Form

You can use this paper sponsor form alongside your Just Giving page

LEJOG Distance Tracker

Print this off and tick off the miles as you go!

Frequently Asked Questions

Registration process

Sign up using the red button at the top of this page. Once completed, in the confirmation mail you will get a link to access the Strava Club and setup your JustGiving page.

Is there an age limit to take part?

No, none whatsoever!

Everyone and anyone can take part.


Will there be finishers medal?

Yes, and it will suitably enormous. After you complete your distance on we will ask you to send us your evidence and you will receive your finishers medal in the post. The deadline for completion is 31st December 2021

Cancellations and transfers

Registrations are strictly personal, firm and binding and fees shall not be refunded for any reason.

If you are unable to take part please let us know as soon as possible by calling 01726 66868 (option 3).


Event Cancellation Refund Policy

If the event is cancelled due to reasons beyond our control, we may at our discretion offer a refund of your entry fee(s). However, we reserve the right to deduct an amount to cover the expenses incurred in setting up the event to ensure that Cornwall Hospice Care and our associated partners are not out of pocket due to running this event.

06/01/2021 - 31/12/2021
£25.00 - Adult Entry
874 Miles
Suitable for all
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Apr 1 Thu
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The CHC Tandem Skydive

The CHC Tandem Skydive

Have you thought “I’d love to do a skydive one day”? Why not make one-day, today?! Join other adrenaline junkies and cross this of your dreams list

Perranporth
Registration fee - £50 Minimum sponsorship - £350
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Apr 1 Thu
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Your Ironman Triathlon 2021

Your Ironman Triathlon 2021

Raise £100 pounds and we’ll send you a free TeamCHC T-shirt!

We’re very excited to bring you our VIRTUAL IRONMAN TRIATHLON.

Following the success of this event last year and with so many events still unable to go ahead in 2021 we want to offer you the opportunity to earn an epic medal whilst challenging yourself! Imagine how impressed your friends will be when you tell them you’ve completed an IRONMAN!

There is no upper or lower age limit to enter Your Ironman Triathlon but there is an option to complete our JUNIOR TRIATHLON for Under 16s.

ALL AGES IRONMAN

  1. Run, Walk or Jog a Marathon – 26.2 Miles
  2. Cycle the length of the first stage of Tour of Britain (Exercise Bike permitted) – 100 Miles
  3. Jump in the balmy Cornish Sea or a Pool and Swim 2.4 miles OR Paddle a Half Marathon 13.1 Miles

JUNIOR TRIATHLON Halve all distances  = Run13.1 Miles, Cycle 50 Miles, Swim 1.2 Miles OR Paddle 6.55 Miles

The starting gun will be at 7a.m on the 1st April and you will have until Midnight on 30th June to complete all three disciplines.

We’re offering an exclusive Ironman Triathlon bespoke handcrafted medal, certificate with your choice of photo on completion and lots of encouragement and laughs in our online Strava Club TeamCHC (make sure you join us).

The idea being to get us all motivated to get out, get moving and of course raising some critical funds for the Hospices.

Entry fees are £25 IRONMAN, £15 JUNIOR and there’s a spot of merch on offer too! Grab yourself a Team CHC Cycling Jersey, Running Vest or Supporter T-shirt to show the world you’re supporting your local Hospice. Purchase here.

To make this inclusive we won’t insist on a swim.  You can swim or paddle (SUP/kayak/canoe etc). You will have 3 months to complete the challenges,  wherever you can and at your pace. On completion we will award you with the exclusive Team CHC Virtual Ironman  Triathlon Medal – this is definitely one to showcase on social media!

Whilst this is all great fun, it would be amazing if you could find a few friends to sponsor you.  Every penny counts to fund the care we provide at Mount Edgcumbe and St Julia’s Hospices and you will have helped make a huge difference in these continuing tough times. So please remember to set up a JustGiving page when you register, set yourself an achievable goal (£20 will fund an hour of nursing care, or £100 will fund 5 hours!) and it will feel awesome when you smash it, knowing its going to fund those last treasured moments. If you aren’t able to fundraise at this time, but would like to make a donation you can do this when you register.

All you need to do is sign up, download  the free Strava App, join our Team CHC Strava Club where we can track your progress and share your stories, photos and achievements and we’ll shout them out on our media channels.

Can I do the challenges anywhere?

Yes you can cycle, swim or run anywhere, anytime, it’s up to you how you get your distance.

How do I fundraise?

Set up your JustGiving page and share it with all your friends, family and contacts who will instantly empty their purses into your fundraiser from the sheer shock of learning that you are going to enter an Ironman Triathlon. If you want to fundraise for a particular Hospice, sign with just giving to Cornwall Hospice Care and then let us know which Hospice, St Julia’s or Mount Edgcumbe you are supporting.

We’re giving you until Wednesday 30th June to complete this challenge. When you finish just send us your tracker history and we’ll send you your medal and a smashing certificate personalised with a photo of your choice to hang on the wall.

On a more serious note, we’re still facing a crisis like no other while still keeping our two hospices open 24/7. With your help we’re continuing to care for terminally ill people in Cornwall and we need you to ensure we maintain this core service.

We are, as a charity, totally reliant on the support of people like you.

£20 funds an hour of our specialist nursing care and we need this now more than ever. If 100 people raised £200 each for us that’s 1000 hours of nursing care.

You could help make that happen, sign up today and invite your friends.

We need you now more than ever and every penny counts to fund those last precious moments for a family facing terminal illness.

What happens next?
  1. Register today by clicking on the above red button.
  2. You will receive a confirmation email letting you know that your registration was successful.
  3. Click here to join our Team CHC Strava Club.
  4. Setup a JustGiving sponsorship page. Please do so, just £20 makes a huge difference to the care we offer.
  5. Share your fundraising page with your friends and family and on social media to raise sponsorship for Cornwall Hospice Care.
  6. Start your challenges from Thursday 1st April.
  7. Keep going and complete your challenges by Wednesday 30th June.
  8. Once you have completed the event, share your evidence with us and we’ll be in touch to celebrate your success – medals and certificates will be posted to participants in July.
Downloads
Your Ironman Triathlon Terms and Conditions of Entry

See the Terms and Conditions of Entry to Your Ironman Triathlon 2021

Your Ironman Triathlon Sponsor Form

Download your sponsor form

Frequently Asked Questions

Registration process

Sign up using the red button at the top of this page. Once completed, you will receive a confirmation mail including a link to access the Strava Club and setup your JustGiving page.

Is there an upper or lower age limit to take part?

No, none whatsoever!

Everyone and anyone can take part.


How do I record swimming distances ?

You can use a fitbit or similar and upload to Strava or there are waterproof pouches available very reasonably for Smart phones. Strap that on your arm or stuff down a wetsuit!

We are entering as a family but we only have one device to record activity how do we prove children's activity?

The minimum age limit on Strava is 13 years so you can set up an account for your child if they are 13 or over, when you post your activity you can add people who have not recorded but were with you, or if your child is under 13 please email events@cornwallhospice.co.uk

Will there be a finishers medal?

Yes, and a totally awesome one at that! After you finish on 3oth June, we ask that you send us your evidence and the photo you’d like on your certificate and you will receive your finishers medal in the post in mid July. Please be aware there is a time delay having these produced.

Cancellations and transfers

Registrations are strictly personal, firm and binding and fees shall not be refunded for any reason.

If you are unable to take part please let us know as soon as possible by calling 01726 66868 (option 3).


01/04/2021 - 30/06/2021
£25.00 - Ironman Triathlon
£15.00 - Junior Triathlon
IRONMAN 26.2 Miles Running, 100 Miles Cycling, 2.4 Mile Swim or 13.1 Miles Paddle JUNIOR 13.1 Miles running, 50 Miles Cycling, 1.2 Miles Swimming OR 6.55 Miles Paddling
Suitable for all
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Apr 1 Thu
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Your Marathon Your Pace 2021

Your Marathon Your Pace 2021

Raise £100 pounds and we’ll send you a free TeamCHC T-shirt!

Following the success of Your Marathon Your Pace we are back again for 2021! With this years London Marathon postponed to October, whether you are due to run it this year or haven’t quite made it off the couch, this challenge is for you. This challenge can be done in lockdown and when restrictions are lifted. You can do it alone or you can do it with your friends or family.

We’re offering a fantastic medal, to showcase you have achieved the distance, but above all of that you will get the unbeatable feeling of having done something really good for someone else.

This is Your Marathon at Your Pace – the event you can complete in your own space and in your own time. This year we’re giving you as long as you like to complete your personal challenge, and we hope this will  appeal to all ages and abilities.

All you need to do is sign up, download Strava or similar tracking device and get going. Join our Strava Club and share your distances, stories, photos and achievements and receive kudos and encouragement from likeminded people in our group.

Can I walk too?

Run, Jog or Walk, it’s up to you how you get your distance.

You can do it on your own, with your partner, with the kids and/ or with the dog ( yes they get a medal and certificate too!)

We’re giving you as long as you need to complete your marathon. When you have completed your challenge simply send us your tracker history and a photo for your certificate and  we’ll send you your medal and a smashing certificate too.

How do I fundraise?

Raise £100 and we’ll send you a free TeamCHC T-shirt!

Set up your JustGiving page and share it everywhere –  your friends and family will instantly empty their purses into your fundraiser from the sheer shock of learning that you are going to do a Marathon.  If you want to fundraise for a particular Hospice, sign up with JustGiving to Cornwall Hospice Care and then let us know which Hospice; St Julia’s or Mount Edgcumbe, you are supporting.

On a more serious note, we’re still facing a crisis like no other.  We have managed to keep our two hospices open 24/7 throughout the entire pandemic despite our shops being shut for much of the last 12 months and most of our Fundraising events cancelled, so we cannot thank you enough for your support. We can only continue to provide our services with your help.

£20 funds an hour of our specialist nursing care and we need this now more than ever.  If you can raise £100 each for us that’s 5 hours of nursing care.  If you don’t want to fundraise please consider making a one off donation when you register for your challenge.

You can make that happen, so please sign up today and invite your friends along too.

Please do consider setting up a JustGiving page, its entirely free, it only takes a few minutes and can make a huge difference.  A share on Facebook is worth an average of £18 – this is almost an hour of care – how many hours could you fund?

What happens next?
  1. Register today by clicking on the above red button.
  2. You will receive a confirmation email letting you know that your registration was successful.
  3. If you aren’t already a member of our Strava Club, join us here
  4. Setup a JustGiving sponsorship page. Please do so, just £20 raised makes a huge difference to the care we offer.
  5. Share your fundraising page with your friends and family to raise sponsorship for Cornwall Hospice Care.
  6. Start running, jogging or walking with your free Strava tracker on your phone
  7. Once you have completed the event, share your distance with us and we’ll be in touch to celebrate your success and send you certificate and medal
Your Marathon Your Pace - Cornwall Hospice Care Virtual Marathon
Downloads
Your Marathon Your Pace Terms and Conditions of Entry

See the Terms and Conditions of Entry to the Your Marathon Your Pace

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I sign up?

Sign up using the red button at the top of this page. Once completed, in the confirmation mail you will get a link to access the Strava Club and setup your JustGiving page.

Is there an age limit to take part?

No, none whatsoever!

Everyone and anyone can take part.


Will there be finishers medal?

Yes, and a totally cool one at that! After you complete your distance, we ask you to send us your evidence and a photo you would like on your certificate. We’ll send you your medal and certificate by post.

Cancellations and transfers

Registrations are strictly personal, firm and binding and fees shall not be refunded for any reason.

If you are unable to take part please let us know as soon as possible by calling our Fundraising Team on 01726 66868 (option 3).


Event Cancellation Refund Policy

If the event is cancelled due to reasons beyond our control, we may at our discretion offer a refund of your entry fee(s).  However, we reserve the right to deduct an amount to cover the expenses incurred in setting up the event to ensure that Cornwall Hospice Care and our associated partners are not out of pocket due to running this event.

01/04/2021 - 31/12/2021
£10.00 - Adult Entry
£5.00 - Child Entry
£5.00 - Dog Entry
26.2 Miles
Suitable for all
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May 1 Sat
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Open Gardens - Tregenna Castle

Open Gardens - Tregenna Castle

Tregenna Castle Tropical Walled Garden:  Tregenna Castle Hotel Estate, St Ives, TR26 2DE 

Date: Open all year  

Time: Dawn to Dusk 

Gardener: John Moreland 

Entry: Free – Tregenna castle have kindly donated to CHC as part of the scheme. Donations welcome. 

 

Set in a 72-acre estate with spectacular view over St Ives Bay – the particular gardens to visit are the sub-tropical walled garden and wooded valley water garden, leading down the footpath to St Ives and Porthminster Beach. Cream teas and meals are available at the brasserie and restaurants. 

Also available are organised group visits with 3 times Chelsea Flower Show Gold Medal gardener John Moreland. Contact John to book a tour by email to johnmoreland@supanet.com or call 07966 88283. 

 

Directions: Find the sub-tropical walled garden at the rear of the hotel. You can also find more information and a map at https://www.tregenna-castle.co.uk/ 

 

Wheelchairs – Yes 

Toilets – Yes 

Dogs – on leads 

Parking – Yes 

Refreshments – Yes 

St Ives
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May 1 Sat
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Tour de Cornwall 2021

Tour de Cornwall 2021

When we launched Tour De Cornwall in 2020, no-one thought we’d still be hosting virtual events a year on!   The success of Tour de Cornwall last year meant we had to bring it back, and while we are seeing a gradual return of some real events there is still an appetite for taking on these challenges in your own time, at your own pace and in your own space!

So if you fancy getting “on you bike” we’re throwing down the gauntlet of 100 miles of cycling, at your pace. So get your bike out of the garage and start pedalling. We’re offering another epic medal, a special certificate on completion and lots of encouragement and laughs when you join our team on the Strava app/website.

This is a challenge that you can do on your own or you can enter as a family.  You can cycle the actual Tour of Britain first stage or round and round the local duck pond, you can even do it on your exercise bike if you want to!  Do it anywhere, anytime.  Give yourself a focus and keep motivated to get out and get moving and of course raise some critical funds to keep our hospice teams there providing the care and support when people need them.

We also have a spot of merchandise on offer too!  Grab yourself a #TeamCHC Cycling Jersey, Running Vest or Supporter T-shirt to show the world you’re supporting your local hospice. CLICK HERE to purchase.

Whilst this is all great fun, it’d be amazing if you could ask friends and family to sponsor you – every penny counts to fund the care we provide at Mount Edgcumbe Hospice in St Austell and St Julia’s Hospice in Hayle and you will have helped make a huge difference in these tough times.  So please remember to set up a JustGiving fundraising page too.

How do I fundraise?

Set up your JustGiving page and share it – friends and family may be shocked to learn that you are going to cycle 100 miles – but it’s a great opportunity to ask them to support you through sponsorship. If you want to fundraise for a particular hospice, sign with JustGiving to Cornwall Hospice Care and then let us know which hospice – St Julia’s or Mount Edgcumbe – that you want to support.

When you complete your distance just send us your tracker history and we’ll send you the medal and a smashing certificate to hang on the wall.

On a more serious note, all through the Coronavirus pandemic our two hospices remained open 24/7 and do so today because of the amazing help of people like you. With your help we’re continuing to care for terminally ill people in Cornwall and we need you to ensure we maintain this core service.

For all cyclists, sponsorship is optional, but please if you are unable to raise sponsorship could you consider making a donation when you register?  Just £20 funds one of our key worker nurses for an hour and makes a massive difference to us.

What happens next?
  1. Register today by clicking on the above red button.
  2. You will receive a confirmation email letting you know that your registration was successful. There will also be details on how you can join our #TeamCHC Strava Club.
  3. Setup a JustGiving sponsorship page. Please do so – just £20 raised makes a huge difference to the care we offer.
  4. Share your fundraising page regularly with your friends and family on your own social media and email to raise sponsorship for Cornwall Hospice Care .
  5. Start Cycling from Saturday 1st May.
  6. Keep going and build up your distance to complete your 100 miles.
  7. Once you have completed the event, share your distance with us and we’ll be in touch to celebrate your success.  There is no time limit on this event and we appreciate life is starting to get some normality back so this really is your race at your pace!
Downloads
Tour de Cornwall Terms and Conditions of Entry

See the Terms and Conditions of Entry to the Tour de Cornwall 2021

Frequently Asked Questions

Registration process

Sign up using the red button at the top of this page. Once completed, in the confirmation mail you will get a link to access the Strava Club and setup your JustGiving page.

Can I cycle my own route?

Yes you can cycle anywhere, anytime, it’s up to you how you get your distance. You can do it on your own, with your family, with the children and/or as a team.

Is there an age limit to take part?

No, none whatsoever!

Everyone and anyone can take part.


Will there be finishers medal?

Yes, and a totally cool one at that! After you complete your distance, we will ask you to send us your total distance and you will receive your finishers medal in the post. Please be aware there is a time delay having these produced.

Cancellations and transfers

Registrations are strictly personal, firm and binding and fees shall not be refunded for any reason.

If you are unable to take part please let us know as soon as possible by calling 01726 66868 (option 3).


Event Cancellation Refund Policy

If the event is cancelled due to reasons beyond our control, we may at our discretion offer a refund of your entry fee(s). However, we reserve the right to deduct an amount to cover the expenses incurred in setting up the event to ensure that Cornwall Hospice Care and our associated partners are not out of pocket due to running this event.

01/05/2021 - 31/12/2021
£10.00 - Adult Entry
£5.00 - Child Entry
100 Miles
Suitable for all
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May 1 Sat
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Open Gardens - Trenarth Gardens

Open Gardens - Trenarth Gardens

Trenarth Gardens: The Manor House, Trenarth, Constantine, Falmouth, TR11 5JN

Garden Owner: Lucie Nottingham

Date & Time: By appointment – please mention Cornwall Hospice Care when booking

Contact: Lucie by email – lmnottingham@btinternet.com

Entry: £5

Description:

A 4-acre garden surrounding a 17th century Farmhouse, fields and woodland running down to Trenart Bridge on the Helford river.  A varied and quirky garden, with year round interest.  Listed garden walls, courtyards, plenty of activities for children , orchard and vegetable garden. Groups very welcome.

Click here for the Trenarth Gardens website.

Directions: From Truro: Take the A39 towards Falmouth until reaching the roundabout near Asda and B&Q. Turn right up the hill into the village of Mabe and then turn left at the junction following signs for Mawnan Smith and Constantine.  Continue past Argal reservoir until arriving at the crossroads.  Turn right towards Lamanva, continuing for around half a mile, and then left towards Constantine. After approximately a mile and a half take the left hand turn towards Mawnan Smith at High Cross.  30 yards from the Mawnan turning take the dead end lane bearing right, Trenarth is half a mile at the end of this lane.

DISABLED ACCESS – VERY LIMITED

TOILETS – YES

DOGS ALLOWED – YES

PARKING – YES

REFRESHMENTS – YES  Available on request at the point of booking

9:00 AM
Falmouth
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May 22 Sat
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Open Gardens - Penmilder

Open Gardens - Penmilder

Penmilder Garden: Penmilder, Lodge Hill, Liskeard, PL14 4EL 

Gardeners: Chris & Mandy Deegan 

Date & Time: Saturday 22nd May 11am to 4.30pm  

Entry: £5  

 

Description: 

The garden is approximately 2.5 acres of lawns, featuring mature borders and less formal wooded areas. Bluebells & primroses make it particularly pretty in spring. There is also an apple orchard and a pond that supports a variety of wildlife. 

Wheelchair Access – No

Toilets – Yes 

Dogs allowed – No 

Parking – Yes 

Refreshments – Yes

11:00 AM
Liskeard
Entry £5
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May 23 Sun
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Open Gardens - Trevaskis Farm

Open Gardens - Trevaskis Farm

Trevaskis Farm: Gwinear Road, Connor Downs, Hayle, TR27 5JQ

Date: Sunday 23rd May 2021  

Time: 10am to 5pm 

OwnerGiles Eustice  

Entry: Free – donations welcome to Cornwall Hospice Care 

 

Trevaskis Farm is the complete countryside experience, whether it’s a family day out, a romantic meal, light lunch after a wander around the orchards or a trip to the award-winning farm shop, there’s so much to do for individuals, couples and families alike.  Enjoy the delights of Cornish food, drink, countryside and produce all in one place.  

 

There’s a restaurant, farm shop, farm park with a wide selection of animals and a pick your own area, set amidst 28 acres of beautiful Cornish countryside. You can choose from Loganberries, Gooseberries, Apples, Beans, Peas, Raspberries and Strawberries (season dependant) with free entry. You just pay for what you pick. 

 

For more information about the farm and directions visit www.trevaskisfarm.co.uk 

 

Trevaskis Farm will kindly be supporting Cornwall Hospice Care by selling hospice camellia plants in their farm shop. 

 

Wheelchair Accessible – Yes 

Toilets – Yes 

Dogs – on leads. Not in restaurant or shop. 

Parking – Yes 

Refreshments –Yes – restaurant on site. Booking in advance advised.

10:00 AM
Connor Downs
Free Entry Donations and Plant sales in Support of Cornwall Hospice Care
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May 30 Sun
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Open Gardens - Trereife

Open Gardens - Trereife

Trereife Garden:  Trereife House, Penzance, TR20 8TJ 

Date: 30th May 2021

Time:  11am- 4pm

OwnerTim Le Grice  

Entry: £5 per person including house tour ( tours must be booked in advance see website for details )

 

Trereife is a typical old Cornish garden in front of the beautiful 18th century manor house.  Features include Parterre and beds varied by recent introduction of a range of Mediterranean and South African plants and shrubs.  

 

For more information, please visit https://trereife.co.uk 

 

Directions: The driveway entrance is half a mile beyond Penzance directly off the A30 road to Land’s End. 

 

Wheelchairs – Limited 

Toilets – Yes  

Dogs – on leads  

Parking – Yes 

Refreshments –Yes 

Other – Hourly tour of house available 

11:00 AM
Penzance
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Jun 6 Sun
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Open Gardens - Treglyn

Open Gardens - Treglyn

Treglyn Garden: Treglyn, Gover Valley, St Austell, PL25 5RD

Gardeners: Heather & Keith Beales

Date & Time:  Sunday6th June

Entry: £5

 

Description:

With gently sloping lawned areas, south facing slopes, this 2 acre garden has ponds, intricate walkways and paths, garden rooms, rockery and colourful planted areas. Mature trees and shrubs. Treglyn is surrounded by 5 acres of Woodland with river walk and seating areas, so lose yourself in the tranquil setting with abundance of wildlife.

 

www.facebook.com/Treglyn-104495627955872

Wheelchairs – limited

Toilets – Yes

Dogs – on lead

Parking – Yes

Plants – Yes

Refreshments – Yes

Please use this map for directions rather than postcode

1:30 PM
St Austell
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Jun 13 Sun
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Open Gardens - Caerhays Castle

Open Gardens - Caerhays Castle

Caerhays Garden: Caerhays Castle, Caerhays Estate, Gorran, St Austell, PL26 6LY 

 Owner: Charles Williams 

Date & Time: Sunday 13th June from 10am to 5pm (last entry 4pm) 

Entry: By donation to Cornwall Hospice Care 

Description: 

Caerhays Garden covers over 140 acres and is a traditional woodland garden. The plants in this garden are nothing like you will see out & about. Many are huge, spectacular in colour, shape & perfume. There are signposted walks around the garden of varying length, giving views over the estate and grounds, the lake, and out to sea. The origins of this historically important collection of Chinese plants can be traced back to the work of the great plant hunters Ernest Wilson (1876 – 1930) and George Forrest (1873 – 1932)

 

Directions and further information available on the website at https://visit.caerhays.co.uk 

 

WHEELCHAIR ACCESS – YES 

TOILETS – YES 

DOGS – YES 

PARKING – YES 

PLANTS FOR SALE – YES 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What support is available to help me reach my target?

The fundraising team is on hand to help you achieve your target and to make sure your event is as enjoyable as possible for you. We want you to be as successful as possible so you can fund as much care as possible, and we have lots of ideas and hints and tips to help you spread your target and break it down in to small manageable bit sized chunks.

What I want to do isn’t listed here, can I still do it?

Yes of course you can.  We’ll even support you with anything you need just the same as if you took one of our charity places.