Corporate Sponsorship Opportunites

The Kerdroya project is perfect for the topsy turvy world we find ourselves in and with the collective effort to protect the planet. Not only will it create a new outdoor space, but it will be done with locally available, natural recycled and reused materials. Transforming a disused carpark will create new habitat for local flora and fauna resulting in significant biodiversity gain. 

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Kerdroya cornish hedge in Boscastle

Kerdroya: Notice of Delay to Construction

Golden Tree has received a statement from South West Lakes Trust and we would like to re-assure all those who have made a Hedge Pledge to date, that your pledge is safe and that your marker disk with its personal message remains on course to appear in the labyrinth.

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Our statement in response to Coronavirus (Covid-19)

Along with the rest of Kernow, the UK and the World, Golden Tree has been monitoring the news about Coronavirus closely. We have been considering what actions we need to take as an organisation to protect our employees, freelancers and participants. We also take very seriously our collective responsibility to the many vulnerable people across society and to our frontline NHS workers.

Read our full statement here.

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The Kerdroya project is an inspired piece of conservation that combines art, craft and the natural world

Join the Hedge Pledge

Get your stretch of Kerdroya: the Cornish Landscape Labyrinth. You can choose to ‘own’ a given stretch of the labyrinth’s hedge – each one yard(ish) stretch corresponds roughly to an actual location in Cornwall.

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Turonian 2020 calendar of Golden Tree projects

Kalendar Kernewek 2020

There’s a brand-new bilingual calendar adorning the walls of many offices and schools up and down Cornwall. The 2020 cultural calendar celebrates the partnership between Golden Tree and First Kernow buses.

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Will Coleman Man Engine Heritage Award winner

The Big Boy Picks Up Another Gong!

Every year the Cornwall Heritage Trust presents the Sir Richard Trant Memorial Award to an ‘unsung hero or heroine’ – who has made a significant contribution to Cornwall’s heritage.

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