A busy month for CORMAC in the community at Falmouth

Created 18 Apr, 2017

It’s been a busy time for CORMAC supporting community projects in Falmouth over the last month. At Tregoniggie Woodland there were celebrations for the opening of a new and improved section of footpath.  A short flight of steps has been removed and about 100m of new path created along what was a muddy route, making it much easier for people to get around the woodland. 

Tregonnigie Path Sml

 

The Friends of Tregoniggie Woodland obtained funding for the project through Tesco’s Bags of Help scheme and the path was constructed by CORMAC in conjunction with volunteers from the Friends group.  There are now plans for further improvements to other paths around the site.

Elsewhere CORMAC supported a huge community volunteer effort, co-ordinated by the Falmouth BID, to launch the start of the Falmouth Spring Festival.

Cormac Falmouth Bid

 

 

Over 200 volunteers (including an underwater litter pick team) and 150 school children tackled dozens of areas in with litter picks, gardening, site reclamation and landscaping including transforming green sites along Cliff Rd, Greenbank Gardens, the town cemetery and Dell station walkway. This was a brilliant example of partnership with CORMAC giving up time and resource to work alongside the BID, Falmouth Town Council, commercial businesses and town volunteer groups.

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