Friends and Partners
We're in this together
Collaboration is essential in conservation. Together we can achieve great things. Here are a few of our friends and partners whom we appreciate greatly and love working with.
Protecting and restoring Devon's natural beauty by funding local nature-based solutions.
Working with local partners to implement bold nature regeneration projects that can be replicated and scaled to leave a positive legacy for future generations.
Given the scale of the climate and nature emergencies, their ambition is to protect and restore at least 30% of Devon’s land and water by 2030.
Community - Conservation - Education
Raising vital funds for local community projects, improve people’s mental & physical wellbeing, rewilding marine habitats (Seagrass), and reconnect people with nature and wild spaces.
Founded out of friendship & a desire to embrace the sea & it's changing tides, temperament & environment.
Wild Planet Trust is a registered education, scientific and conservation charity established in 1957 and based in Devon, UK.They own two zoos in south west England, plus two local nature reserves and a National Nature Reserve. They are active in conservation both at home and abroad, often working alongside partner organisations to conserve species and their habitats.
In addition they also manage the 'Save Our Seagrass' project which placed three eco-moorings in the cove to reduce damage to the seagrass beds from recreational anchoring.
'Inspired to Learn, Inspired for Life'
We've partnered with Furzeham Primary School to create a series of workshops, presentations, field trips (to the cove) and fundraise create a relaxing garden space for the children at the school site. All our themes are around the cove and it's amazing biodiversity, encouraging children to get into the outdoors and learn through fun social science methods.
The cove's alfresco beach hut café selling delicious cakes, cream tea along with freshly ground coffee. The cafe emulates conservation in its sustainable approach and considerate philosophy.
All food is locally sourced & home made where possible set in the idyllic setting of Fishcombe beach.
Seal Rescue Ireland is a registered charity dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of sick, injured and orphaned seals from across the coast of Ireland.
They actively engage the public in marine conservation through education, research and community outreach programmes, such as riparian habitat restoration and the planting of over 20,000 native tree species.