We became a Cornwall Wildlife Trust Business Member in spring 2015 and we hope to develop the nature trails surrounding our restaurant with the help of wildlife trust surveys of the flora and fauna. Supporting such a charity helps to maintain the local ecosystem, which is so important to the food & farming economy and in turn it is this cycle of nature, growth & harvest which is crucial to any restauranteur. This outlook is exemplified by participation in the “Good Seafood Guide” scheme by Cornwall Wildlife Trust, members of which commit to using locally landed and sustainable capture methodologies. This should reduce the impact on varieties that are low in population and need to be protected for future.
We provide a venue to sit and enjoy a lovely wild part of the countryside that otherwise people might not stop and take in. Our tree enclosed aspect somehow seems to have a comforting and relaxing effect.
The Waymarker’s rurality provides wild areas that encourage a variety of insect and birdlife that many you can enjoy watching from the restaurant. We have got sets of binoculars available and welcome any request to get a closer look at what birdlife is flitting between our trees & our bird feeders hanging from our decorative well.