The race is on to raise funds to protect Cornwall’s wildlife with runners from all over the county gearing up to take part in the annual Race for Wildlife on Sunday, December 4 in Penwith.
Howard Curnow, trustee at Cornwall Wildlife Trust, added: “We hope the Race for Wildlife will raise as much money as possible for Cornwall’s wildlife. There is still a huge challenge ahead to ensure Cornwall’s natural environment and the fantastic wildlife we have is protected for future generations. From our bottlenose dolphins to the rare dormouse, to the wonderful heathlands found in Penwith, we work to protect Cornwall’s wildlife and wild places. Runners raising sponsorship will make a real difference to their local wildlife.”
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