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Love Nature

When? 16 Feb 2019 to 24 Feb 2019
Where? Helston

  • Love Nature

Connect with the wonderful world of nature this half term (16th-24th) at The Lost Gardens of Heligan in this uplifting event designed to inspire your creativity and enjoyment of the natural world.

Join Robin Redbreast on his search for his lost nest! Adventure around the gardens and use your senses to help reunite our dear friend the robin with his home.

‘Get twitching’ in the Hide and enjoy some close-up views of Heligan’s birdlife, before stopping at the Steward’s House to make some tasty treats for your feathered friends.

In the Barn, marvel at the creativity of Falmouth University students as they reveal their ‘Natural History Photographic Exhibition’ that has been inspired by the Gardens.

Finally, we invite you to help us create an art installation inspired by bird ‘murmurations’ in the wild.

Pop into the barn and decorate a colourful small paper bird, let it join the other paper birds in the installation and become part of this uplifting, collaborative work of art that will grow over the 9 days - an ideal antidote to any winter blues.

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