We have created a wonderful wildlife haven which has the potential to become a conservation project in Cornwall, it is within an area which, although slowly improving, was barren and in need of regeneration. Over the past twenty years we have managed to attract an abundance of wildlife helped by the planting of over two hundred trees curtesy of the Cornwall Tree Scheme. We are at a point where we need to ensure that this haven can be preserved forever. With initial financial help we can secure the site, register it as a Charitable Trust, which as an official non-profit charity could apply for other funding to enable us to:- expand the wooded areas, enhance the wildflower meadow, build a natural pond - this would improve it for the resident wildlife and attract new species, ultimately it is possible there could be 2-4 log cabins placed for respite for whoever needs tranquility and enjoyment of nature. Ours is only a small scheme of just under four acres and does not really attract funding from larger organisations, therefore we need to ask individuals for help. If we are successful in securing the site everyone that donates will be acknowledged when the trust is formed, not only seeing a dream come true but being part of it forever. We believe we have something really special here, the dear birds, including at least four colonies of Sparrows that have made this place their home because we provided nest boxes but all the other species that live alongside us everyday, they are a joy. We also see Hare, Deer, even Green Woodpecker, all the Bee's we've attracted alone deserve consideration, the list is endless and apart from a Thrush, and a handful of Jackdaws, there was nothing here when we came. If Conservation is your passion as it is ours, please help, it will give protection for this little place forever. Teddy's Place is named after a brave little lamb called 'Teddy' who was one of twins left on a field to die, he had Joint Ill which is treatable but not thought to be viable by farmers. Little Teddy lived with us and became big Teddy, he was an exceptional character who passed away last year reaching the grand old age of fifteen, we thought it appropriate to name the project in his dear memory. Anyone wishing to communicate will be welcome, we do hope you will choose to support us in this worthy venture. Patricia and David.