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Par Weather from the BBC



Par Tide Timetable from the BBC

DID YOU KNOW?

Did you know: Members can submit their pictures of Par for considered inclusion to the website
BEACH INCIDENT ADVICE
Stung by Jellyfish? Found a carcass?
In need of assistance?

Beach postcode::PL24 2AS

O/S grid reference::088533
PRESERVE HABITAT
We are keen to preserve the habitat of Par Beach to attract all manner of birds, bugs, butterflies and mammals
SOCIAL EVENTS
We hold social events throughout most of the year such as:

Bird watch, Bat talk & walk, Wildlife walk, Quiz Nights and more.
Why not join us?
TIME & TIDE BELL
This is an important National Community Art project.

Read about our successful bid, fund raising and installation of this special project.
INTERNET LINKS
A compliation of local, regional and national links to websites having similar interests as those of Friends of Par Beach.

DID YOU KNOW?

Carpe Diem - Latin. Carpe Jugulum - Terry Pratchett

MEMBERS' PHOTO'S
Visit our members' photo galleries including work parties and social events like our Beach Art Comeptition
DOCUMENTS
Historical documents and posters you can freely download. Also available are our constitution and policy documents.
WHO WE ARE
Find out how we were formed and why. Read about our stated aims and read about the committee members' roles.
COME JOIN US
Support our efforts to conserve the beauty, character assessibility and community use of Par Beach.

Car Parking for 300 vehicles.

Low cost

Restroom facilities

with easy access

Bench seating at various locations donated by FoPB fund raisers and Cornwall Council

Members' Photograph

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21
Jan

NEWS: Coastal Community Survey 

Take action: complete the coastal community survey.

Would you like to see more water refill stations or a bodyboard return scheme in your local area? Do you think disturbance is a big problem for our marine life? The Your Shore project want to hear your views on how we can best protect Cornwall's marine environment. Your thoughts will help form a new plan of action, the Cornwall Charter of the Sea, that will be taken forward by our marine team and the dedicated local marine groups and volunteers that make up the Your Shore Network.

Ten minutes of your time can help us turn the tide for our precious seas!

Direct link to survey



04
Jan

NEWS: Water User Survey training 

  

G7 Legacy Project for Nature Recovery

We are running some Water User Survey training in January to get a better idea of what our coastal waters are being used for and as we are hoping to get a good picture across the whole of the bay, we are hoping Friends of Par Beach would like to get involved. The survey will follow the same format at our Seaquest surveys and will be easy for people to carry out. The training is an hour, online event on Wednesday the 18th of January, people can book on here: Water User Survey Training Tickets, Wed 18 Jan 2023 at 19:00 | Eventbrite .

Amy Gosney

Community Engagement Officer



21
Dec

NEWS: Your Shore Newsletter 

 

Your Shore Newsletter

Starting in the New Year

The aim of this is to strengthen the connection between our Your Shore groups and to keep both committees, members and volunteers updated with all the amazing things happening around the county.

Mailing list sign up link so you can find out what's going on during the year...

http://eepurl.com/idU52f





18
Jan

EVENT: Work Party (January 2023) 

WORK PARTY

Sunday 22nd January

10.30 - 12.30

WILDFLOWER MEADOW

Meet at the Meadow through the gate near the Statue at the end of the Access Road.

We shall be digging up brambles and flag iris that have established themselves as well as raking up any loose material from the smaller adjacent field.

Spades, forks, mattocks and rakes will be provided, but do bring your own if you wish.

Please wear sensible footwear.

Bring your own 'bramble proof' gloves.

Refreshments will be provided.



Friends of Par Beach is supported by PL24 Community Association, Tesco, CO OP, Par Sands Coastal Holiday Park, and Cornwall Council Community Grant