Winner of Wildlife Friendly Tourism Business Award
We are delighted to have won Bronze in the ‘Wildlife Friendly Tourism Business Award’ category at the Cornwall Tourism Awards last night in the beautiful Truro Cathedral.
This is Melza (named after Demelza in the Poldark TV Series) the Cornish Chough with the Park’s new trophy. Operation Chough is one of the many wildlife conservation projects run at Paradise Park.
A massive congratulations to all the staff for their dedication and hard work. And a very big thank you to our visitors. You make it possible for us continue our ongoing conservation work with many species here and around the world.
In the photograph are from left: Mark Crowdy writer and producer of Doc Martin, Alison Hales Paradise Park, Carolyn Cadman CEO of the Cornwall Wildlife Trust, Representative from sponsor Tevi and Ray Hales from Paradise Park.
Photography by Nick Williams
The stunning Truro Catherdral hosted the awards night on 1st November 2018.
The beautiful handmade glass award was designed and produced by Jo Downs, one of the world’s most respected fused glass designers. Working from her Cornwall studio, Jo’s work draws inspiration from the beautiful coastal landscape while her advanced fusion techniques allow for the creation of abstract designs of great individuality and depth.
For more infomation on Paradise Park’s awards please click here