Watersports Feasibility Project

November 2019 – in the news…

We hope you find the links below interesting. Heritage: The National Trust help care for and protect the first Welsh bible through the use of hydro power. For the first time, the National Trust’s Sissinghurst Castle Garden will open during winter, for visitors to enjoy at a time when it has traditionally been closed. WW2 fighter plane wreck off the Welsh coast gets protected status from the Welsh government under historic interest. National Parks: Yorkshire Dales National Park chair...

Activity Centre Impact Assessment

October 2019 – in the news…

We hope you find the links below interesting. Heritage: An interactive version of the historic visitor’s book at the former home of Winston Churchill, has been launched by The National Trust for visitors to look at handwritten entries from over 700 visitors dating back to 1924. Devon heritage sites introduce special sign language tours to make British heritage accessible for all. Kenwood House in Hampstead to host special display in remembrance of Dutch painter Rembrandt, 350 years since his ...

Redcar Coastal Regeneration

September 2019 – in the news…

We hope you find the links below interesting. Heritage: Historic England have announced 69 historic high streets across England will benefit from £96 million Government fund due to Historic England’s Heritage Action Zone. The National Trust host their September Heritage Open Days Festival   Parks and country parks South Downs National Park launches new ‘Forever fund’ to support National Park community projects. Mobile UK and National Parks introduce new agreement which aims t...

Coastal tourism consultants

National Marine Parks

As the summer draws to a close and I reflect upon the adventures of the past few months, many have been around the coast of our glorious island.  From the golden sands of West Wittering beach to puffin watching along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and up to the rugged wilds of Western Scotland, it’s hard to believe that no National Marine Parks exist along the United Kingdom’s 17,820 kilometres of coastline.  Until now. In January of this year, Plymouth City Council, working in association with ...