Forthcoming Events
Pacific oyster survey 5
Tuesday, 19th February 2019
Venue: FoPB Beach Hut for transport to Spit Beach
Time: 10:30am - 1:00pm

Having accessed all the areas we can from Par Beach we are now going to focus on the Western side via Spit Beach.

In support of Cornwall Wildlife Trust's Shoresearch project to explore the shore and learn about an invasive species, the Pacific oyster. This non native has been becoming increasingly common all around Cornwall and a new project has been set up to Monitor its spread and where necessary control its numbers. Volunteers are needed and this is a chance for people to learn more and get involved.

Meet: At Friends of Par Beach beach hut opposite Milos Restaurant where we will collect our equipment and transport to Spit Beach.

Bring: Sensible rockpooling clothing - wellies or wetsuit boots, warm clothing.


February Work Party
Sunday, 24th February 2019
Venue: FoPB Beach Hut opposite Milos Restaurant
Time: 10:30am - 12:30pm

The February Work Party will consist of clearing invasive species (Sea Buckthorn) from the secondary dunes.

Please wear suitable clothing and footwear for the weather, conditions underfoot and work in hand (safety footwear would be best if you have any) and bring a spade, loppers, secateurs if you can. We have some protective gloves but bring your favourite ones if you wish, they will be essential.

Come for the whole morning or drop in to suit.

Under 16s must be with a responsible adult.

For further info or if you have any questions please use the Contact Us page on our website.

Concerned about weather? Ring Phil on 01726 817396 between 9.00am and 9.30am on the day.

As an incentive we plan to provide the usual refreshments for those taking part.



Cornwall Council Park Leisure Par Sands Friends of Par Beach are supported by
PL24 Community Association, Tesco,
Par Sands Coastal Holiday Park,
Cornwall Council Community Grant
Tesco PL24 Community Association