Camel trail users to have their say at meeting
Every year more than half a million people use North Cornwall's Camel Trail set in stunning countryside.
During the summer months the 18-mile route linking Padstow with Wadebridge teams with cyclists and walkers.
Now anyone who uses the trail is invited to a public meeting held by the various groups who manage it.
The idea is for those who use the route to give their views on how the trail is managed to the Camel Trail Partnership.
The organisation includes Cornwall Council, representatives from the local communities, the Forestry Commission, English Nature and the Environment Agency. It will be held at Padstow Social Club on Tuesday March 12 at 7.30pm.
During the event, the National Lobster Hatchery will also be giving a talk on the marine conservation work they carry out in Cornwall. For further information ring 01872 497873.