Wednesday, 15 December 2010


The National Trust is opening a dialogue with the local community, visitors and anyone with a love of and an interest in Britain’s most southerly point to see how we can work together on the future of Tregullas Farm at the Lizard. This is a new departure for us and one that I am really excited about, it's going to be really interesting to hear what people think about the farm on their doorstep, whether they want to get involved in its future, buy food from it or find a new use for some of the old buildings.

Throughout 2011 we will be holding a series of events, meetings and discussions to hear what the local community and others think and anyone can join in the debate on where comments can be posted or our online survey filled in..

We want to hear what is special about this land, what you would like to see grown here, whether you want to get involved in some way, and whether the Lizard community needs extra space, land or buildings to help it thrive. This might mean more space for wildlife or recreation, allotments or a community farm, or even a community renewable energy scheme. Read about the work we have already done about Tregullas Farm.

Opportunities like this don’t happen often – maybe just once in a generation – so this is your chance to get involved and shape the future of the farm.


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