Wednesday, January 24, 2018
The stunning Pentire headland, just south of Port Isaac on the North Cornish coast is to benefit from a wildlife-focussed management plan by its owners, the National Trust according to the Cornish Guardian.
An area recognised as rich in archaeological, geological and wildlife interest, the 540 acre site is to be managed with the benefit of its wildlife in mind as well as improving public access whilst protecting the land.
Already classified as a Site of Special Scientific Interest, the new plans for the headland aim to “put the restoration and conservation of nature at the heart of Pentire’s future” according to the National Trust’s General manager, Ian Kemp as quoted in the Cornish Guardian.
The South West Coast Path is also due to benefit from a £1.2 million project to develop new walking itineraries and increase international awareness of this unique location and all that it has to offer.
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