Trelowarren Estate and the case for Natural Capital
Talk by Sir Ferrers Vyvyan
Trelowarren is a tranquil 1000 acre working estate on the Helford River, and inspired Daphne du Maurier’s Frenchman’s Creek, an iconic tale of handsome smugglers, secret assignations in wooded creeks and political intrigue. Trelowarren is living history, and has been in the family of Sir Ferrers Vyvyan for almost six hundred years. Sir Ferrers’ talk will include a short history and describe the estate’s current projects, including its commitment to eco holidays & carbon offsetting.
Wednesday 18th April at 7pm
Tickets £5 from Chris Hibbert in person at Porthmeor Studios or online at CRBO: http://www.crbo.co.uk/events.php?evGrp=292
The talks at Porthmeor Studios raise money for the Borlase Smart John Wells Trust that manages the studios and also raises money for St Ives Archive
The Borlase Smart John Wells Trust is a charity offering high quality, affordable studio space for artists working in Cornwall. It owns and manages three historic artists’ studios: Grade II* Porthmeor Studios in St Ives, and Trewarveneth Studios and Grade II Anchor Studio in Newlyn, providing 22 studios for artists and 2 studios for the St Ives School of Painting.
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