National Trust

If you have any comments about the local work of the National Trust or want any further information please email:
Lorna Sherriff - Email
Marc Hoskins - Email

The National Trust

Head Ranger

South Devon Countryside,
National Trust South Devon,
Ranger Base, Southdown Farm, Marlborough, Devon. TQ7 3DU

Contact

Workshop: 01548562344
Mobile: 07866544159
Countryside Office: 01752 346585

Jump in South Devon
Visit the new countryside blog

The National Trust has opened three new footpaths within the last few years which you may not have tried.
Check out the details below.

CLITTERS WOOD
Clitters Wood Footpath Route

This is a nice circular walk through Clitters Woods with stunning views over the Yealm estuary.

WEMBURY WOODS
The Circular Footpaths Route

The National Trust have purchased part of Wembury Wood to enable a larger network of footpaths to be constructed around the area. This new circular 5 mile walk, from Wembury Village through the Wembury Woods, open fields and back to Wembury Village was opened in May 2009. It is a stunning walk so please make use of it.

WEMBURY POINT & GREAT MEWSTONE - Wembury Points Paths
The National Trust have and continue to develop, the coastal land that was previously HMS Cambridge, now known as Wembury Point including the Great Mewstone. This area is open to the public. The main access is by foot, so why not take a stroll across this lovely area. There is a small car park on the edge of the site.

South Devon AONB

The South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)

South Devon AONB is one of 41 AONBs making up Britain's finest landscapes. The primary purpose of an AONB is to conserve and enhance the natural beauty of the landscape. Find out exactly where the AONB is in South Devon and what makes us so special.

Explore their website to find out about one of Britain's finest landscapes and how we can work together to protect and enhance it.

Distinctive features of the AONB include its rugged cliffs, sandy coves, peaceful countryside, pretty villages, patchwork fields, ancient orchards and woodlands, Devon hedges, narrow winding lanes and secretive estuaries. It is also home to 34,000 people and is a thriving, dynamic work place, a centre for active and creative community life and a popular destination for visitors seeking rest, recreation and inspiration.

AONB Events

Devon Wildlife Trust

Find out more about how you can get involved with - Devon Wildlife Trust

Wembury Marine Centre

Marine CentreWembury Marine Centre is managed by a partnership of Devon County Council, Devon Wildlife Trust, Plymouth University's Marine Institute, South Hams District Council and the National Trust, with support from Wembury Parish Council and with guidance from the advisory group of the Wembury Voluntary Marine Conservation Area.

Wembury Marine Centre is open for the 2018 season and you can find out more about us by visiting the website. Our events page on the website gives you details of the types of events we carry out.

The Centre is managed by Cat Andrews and Coral Smith, Marine Awareness Officers who are employed through Devon Wildlife Trust and this year they have full time volunteers from Plymouth University on a training placement. Contact the Marine Centre on 01752 862538 or Email.

The Wembury Marine Centre is currently in its 24th year of operation.