Sustainability in Cornwall

  • Beachguardian Nurdles
    Meet Beach Guardian – plastic elimination warriors

    Emily and Rob Stevenson, AKA Beach Guardian, with plastic debris, collected from beaches in North Cornwall — washed, sorted and destined for creative school workshops to raise awareness about plastic pollution. Like countless other children growing up in England, Emily...

  • Dog On Dunes Resized
    Barking up the wrong tree: The Big Clean Up

    Guest post from Beach Guardian Over the last couple of years, litter in the natural environment has not only flooded the water courses across the globe, but also the global media. Never before has there been so much focus on...

  • St. Michael's Mount, Marazion
    Top tips for May half term activities

    There are plenty of events and activities happening around the County this May half term, to entertain the whole family! Read on to get the know-how on how to have a fun-filled week! Potting up at St Michael’s Mount Junior...

  • POPOF & Kate Humble’s visit to the Congo

    Forever Cornwall has been working with the Pole Pole Foundation since the beginning of 2017 and – thanks to contributions from cottage owners, guests and Forever Cornwall themselves – has already helped the charity to plant around 1000 trees in...

  • The Pole Pole Foundation

    Forever Cornwall is proud to be supporting the work of the Pole Pole Foundation in the Democratic Republic of Congo as part of its commitment to ethical business practice. The Pole Pole Foundation (POPOF) is a gorilla conservation organisation which...

  • Forever Cornwall Poldhu September 2016
    Keeping Cornwall’s Beaches Clean

    Every year thousands of tonnes of marine litter is washed ashore on Cornish beaches. Many organisations help with the constant task of collecting this rubbish, including The National Trust, Surfers Against Sewage and Cornwall Wildlife Trust. These organisations having regular...