Safeguarding the future of the Islands finest landscapes.

Our achievements for nature and people

Over 50% of Scilly is safeguarded for nature because of our work



Lesser white-toothed shrew (Scilly Shrew)

Crocidura suaveolens


Author: Nikki Banfield

How we are funded

86% of current (2018) funding is from time-limited grants; it's time to change how our work is paid for.....



Our impact


Hectares of land actively managed for nature 


People engaged at events and activities


Scheduled monuments protected

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Latest blogs

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    Our partners at Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust (CSGRT), as a member of the Seal Alliance, have just issued a press release about a collaborative report looking at the levels of disturbance impacting seals across the UK. For the CSGRT press release and to read the full report read on.... Read more

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