Press release regarding the Environmental Partnership between the BLU and the National Trust.
Neptune Coastline Campaign
As well as looking after historic houses, gardens, mills, forests, farmland, moorland, islands, castles, nature reserves, villages... and pubs, the National Trust owns and maintains 710 miles of some of the finest coastlines in the UK.
The Neptune Coastline Campaign has been working to secure and protect the precious coastlines of England, Wales and Northern Ireland for 46 years. There are now 710 miles of coastline in their care. This coastline contains some of the best and most pristine surfing beaches in the UK.

















If you didn't know that the National Trust also owned and managed coastline, then find out more via the links below.
Neptune Coastal Campaign

For more information on the surfing beaches that the National Trust owns and maintains:
The National Trust and surfing
The Trust looks after a number of the best surfing spots in Devon and Cornwall.
These include: Godrevy, Chapel Porth, Holywell Bay, Sandymouth, Crantock and Woolacombe.
As a charity, the National Trust relies heavily on hundreds of volunteers every year who help to maintain coastal footpaths and take part in various beach-cleans.
The management and conservation of this coastal land costs approx. £3,000 per mile per year.
The Trust owns nearly 90 coastal car parks in Devon and Cornwall. Income from the Trustís coastal car parks is ploughed straight back into the management and conservation of the surrounding area.
National Trust:
North Cornwall Blog
National Trust:
South West Blog
National Trust:
North Devon Blog
National Trust:
South Wales Blog