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The Penwith Environmental Network 2017 Annual General Meeting will take place at 7.30pm on Thursday, 30th March 2017 in the side room at the Dolphin Tavern, Quay Street, Penzance.
It’s been a while since the last update (mainly due to my camera breaking)… the recent heavy rain after a dry spell has everything at the Love Lane site looking lush. The wildflower meadow (above) is looking colourful… With a … Continue reading
Here’s a quick guide to the different types of Bluebell found at Love Lane… Above is the native ‘english’ variety… note the drooping stalks which give it it’s characteristic look. It’s generally found in the woods or in shaded areas. … Continue reading
It’s official… there are elderflowers: We’ve taken off the lower shoots on the willow, so there are some withies in the making: …and the blueberry are flowering: What with the cherry, damson, blueberry, elder, wild garlic, pear and most of … Continue reading
A few recent pictures from Love Lane… Cherry blossom putting on a fine display. Damsons, likewise. …which keeps the Bees happy. 🙂
That’s 2pm – 4pm on Sunday 10th May 2015… see the project page for a map!
ANNOUNCEMENT: The regular ‘first Sunday of the Month’ volunteering day won’t be taking place at Love Lane this Sunday (5th April 2015) due to outside engagements, but we’ll be there on Wednesdays as usual, and on Sunday 3rd May. This … Continue reading
One of the few reptiles resident at the Love Lane site is the Slow Worm (Anguis fragilis). Prey to domestic cats, badgers and hedgehogs, they enjoy ‘Protected Status’ in the UK, and under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981, it … Continue reading
The Sun is shining, the birds are twittering, someone’s weaving, someone’s whittling… and guess who shows up? Why, it’s our old friend Fallopia japonica, commonly known as Japanese knotweed. Left: No place to … Continue reading