Cornwall Time Credits is our latest South West programme, delivered in partnership with Cornwall Council, and working closely with individuals accessing substance use and homelessness services. Since launching earlier this year, already over a hundred people have come forward to contribute their time, and the team have partnered with Clean Cornwall, Addaction St Austell, Cosgarne Hall and Safer Cornwall to run group beach cleans in St Austell and Penzance.
Meanwhile our partnerships team have been busy securing opportunities to spend Time Credits at top arts, leisure and wellbeing organisations across the region. If you’re planning a family holiday to the Cornish coast, or have earned some Cornwall Time Credits yourself, we’ve highlighted some of the new Cornish spend partners that have come on board, just in time for summer.
If you are a business in Cornwall and interested to know about some of the benefits of joining the Time Credits spend network, as well as the impact that your organisation could help us achieve, then have a look at our recent Spending Time Credits Impact Report.
Opportunities to spend Time Credits in Cornwall
Cornish Seal Sanctuary
Founded sixty years ago, The Seal Sanctuary is a rescue, rehabilitation, and release centre for seals set in the picturesque Helford Estuary. There are underwater viewing areas, nature trails as well as daily talks and feeds. Most seasons they rescue over 60 pups. Visit the listing on timecredits.com for full offer details and conditions
The Minack theatre
A unique theatre perched on the cliffs high above the Atlantic ocean. The Minack put on a full programme of drama, musicals and opera every summer, together with music, comedy and story-telling. The theatre is open all year round for you to come, explore and discover the incredible story of Rowena Cade who created the theatre. Visit the listing on timecredits.com
Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens
This exotic and sub-tropical garden is situated in a beautiful sheltered valley in west Cornwall, surrounded by woods, streams and dramatic views. The gardens are also host to a range of art installations and exhibitions, including a floating garden originally designed for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in 2015. Visit the listing on timecredits.com
Penlee House: Built in 1865 as a gracious Victorian home, Penlee House has been converted to create a first class gallery and museum set within an attractive park. It specialises in showing the area’s unique cultural heritage incorporating the historic collections of Penzance Town Council, Cornwall Council and Newlyn Art Gallery. Visit the listing on timecredits.com