Submitted by Rachel Davey
Lyme Bay Winery will work together with Devon Wildlife Trust to help safeguard the wild beauty and natural environment of Devon by exploring collaborative initiatives over the coming months and years.
Sales & Marketing Director Paul Sullivan commented. “We are thrilled to be working more closely with Devon Wildlife Trust. Here in Devon, where Lyme Bay Winery is based, we are fortunate to have two National Parks, wonderful and varied coastlines to the north and south, five AONBs, and some 58 nature reserves managed by Devon Wildlife Trust. However, despite the vital work of their guardians, the natural environment and wildlife are under immense and growing threat here in Devon, as they are across the UK and globally.”
He continued “We want to help support Devon Wildlife Trust to ensure everyone and everything has a future to thrive in.”
Penny Mason, Devon Wildlife Trust’s Director of Wilder Living, added “Devon Wildlife Trust is delighted that Lyme Bay Winery has chosen to support our work to recover nature and create a wilder Devon for all. The Lyme Bay Winery team are a welcome addition to our community of fantastic supporters.”
Lyme Bay Winery involvement will also ensure staff have the chance to get even closer to nature through volunteer activities with Devon Wildlife Trust.
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