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Our Community Allies

Falmouth marine conservation


Falmouth and the mouth of the Fal estuary is a place with a rich marine biodiversity. Falmouth Marine Conservation works to observe and protect this wildlife, educating and raising awareness as well as collecting current data to inform preservation efforts.

One bag beach clean


One bag beach clean is a local initiative set up in July 2018, the idea being that people to take one of the bags out when walking to pick up some rubbish. The bags are made of ethically sourced cotton and printed with environmentally friendly dyes. They are low cost, selling for £2, with £1 going to support the work of Clean Ocean Sailing in Gweek

Clean ocean sailing

Clean Ocean Sailing is a volunteering project created with the aim of cleaning our coasts and oceans sustainably under sail, raising awareness about ocean plastics. They are restoring a 110-year old boat and use it to sail to ​inaccessible shores on the Isles of Scilly to sort, record, reuse and recycle plastics.


Plastic patrol

Plastic Patrol was set up in 2016 and have already made great strides to remove plastic waste from over 60 countries around the world. They combine community action with disruptive technology to develop sustainable alternatives and gather data for scientific research into waste that escapes to nature.


Falmouth Green Corridor

Falmouth Green Corridor Forum is a volunteer community group formed last year to promote, conserve and enhance the Falmouth Green Corridor. Falmouth Green Corridor comprises the woodlands, habitats, ecosystem, and green spaces that border the Bickland Stream as it flows from its source at Kergilliack to its outlet at Swanpool Beach.

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