Spring Snowdrops Support Cornish Charity
Welcome spring 2020 at the first Pencarrow ‘Snowdrop Sunday’ and help raise funds for CLEAR – the Cornwall based charity that supports children, young people and adults to heal from emotional trauma, in particular trauma that is linked to domestic abuse and sexual violence.
Pencarrow Garden is open for its first Snowdrop Sunday between 10am and 4pm on 9th February. Families and dogs are welcome and entrance is by a suggested donation of £5.
Carolyn Webster, Chief Executive of CLEAR said: “I cannot think of a better way to welcome the Spring than by visiting Pencarrow and enjoying the gardens and the beautiful Snowdrops. The event also gives CLEAR an opportunity to raise vital funds to support people of all ages who have been affected by domestic abuse and sexual violence. Sadly in Cornwall, the demand for our services outstrips the funding we have available to deliver them and we are hugely grateful to all at Pencarrow for their support”
In addition to their stunning snowdrops, the Pencarrow gardens also include formal landscaping, a sunken garden, an Iron Age Hill Fort and ancient woodlands.
Tracy Davies at Pencarrow said: “Opening the gardens for charity is always an important part of the start of the year and showcases the first signs of Spring. We believe that our snowdrop blossoms are the best in Cornwall and it is always a pleasure to share them!”
Refreshments will be available through the CLEAR team and the Peacock Café. There will be opportunities to support CLEAR through a tombola and other activities and to hear more about the important work that the Charity does across Cornwall.
The Pencarrow Snowdrop Sunday is one of a number of events in the #onaCLEARday fund raising campaign that CLEAR are launching in 2020.
Pencarrow is situated on the A389 between Bodmin and Wadebridge.