Our Green Recovery Challenge Fund ‘People Protecting Precious Places’ project is all about working with new audiences to spread key environmental messages further and wider.
Our seas need saving for future generations by reaching out to build relationships with new audiences
Being a charity championing the natural world can be hard. We all feel more…
Kurt Augusta Septimus
Seals are part of Cornwall’s heritage having been around for around 8000 years! Art is a key component of Cornwall’s cultural heritage too.
On Friday 21st February these two worlds aligned as Septimus and Augusta (CSGRT’s 2.4m adult male and .92m 3 day old pup skeletons) visited the Jackson Foundation Gallery in St Just in…
Fundraising for seals
Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust (CSGRT) are hugely grateful to our amazing team of volunteers who brave all conditions to monitor grey seals on the Lizard every single day, all year round.
These inspiring people not only record and photograph seals on a daily basis, but they process these photos to identify the individual seals…
This week our volunteer CSGRT boat survey team completed our springtime STAPIP (St Agnes to Trevose) boat based survey.
We have been running these surveys since October 2011, so this was our 28th time surveying this coastal transect!
Awesome surveyors …Read More
Thank you Bowgie Inn!
A big thank you to our third business supporter… the Bowgie Inn!
Perfectly perched on the West Pentire Headland, overlooking the golden sands of Crantock Beach, is the Bowgie Inn – also known as ‘the pink pub’!
The pub has panoramic coastal views of Crantock, the Gannel estuary and the dramatic headlands nearby, as well as…Read More
We are delighted to announce our very first business supporter and welcome Aspects Holidays to our team!
This is what Jenna Ali, Aspects Holidays Marketing Assistant says about their support decision:
“Aspects Holidays is proud to be supporting the Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust.
We have recently decided to work with Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust in a…