Things to see & do

A day by the sea

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Any free time?

Our friendly and knowledgable guides bring Shute Barton to life

Sunday 8 March and Sunday 11 April, 1 to 4pm. Branscombe village hall.

We are on the look out for new volunteers to help manage some amazing countryside and coast. Whether its being outside getting your wellies muddy or meeting visitors from all round the globe; we have coast, countryside and historic places that need you. Please email us or call us on 01297 680507 for more information.

Ranger for the day

 Every Tuesday of the month. 

Come and have a go at practical tasks to improve people's enjoyment of our coastline in East Devon. Join the volunteer ranger team for a day of step repairs, scrub cutting and more.

Big bike ride

Enjoy a day out on your bike

Wednesday 8 April, 1 to 3pm

Tick off one of the 50 things to do before you are 11¾  and join ranger Ruby riding along the Exe Estuary cycle path bird spotting along the way. Dependent on the groups ability they hope to cover about 5 miles. For more information call us on 01297 680507 or email.

Lower Halsdon Farm

Views through the trees at Lower Halsdon

The National Trust holds land for the nation and has a duty to provide public access or benefit.

Our main aims for Lower Halsdon are to find out how you, the local community, would like us to do this, while also improving the site for wildlife and achieving long-term sustainability for the farm.

Please email us or call on 01752 346585 to get involved.

Celebrating coast

A family playing on the beach

A family playing on the beach

This is a year of celebration - we are taking part in South West Coastal Festival to mark a 50 year milestone in the conservation of the coast.

Over 300 miles of the South West coast is protected by the National Trust, largely thanks to the Neptune campaign - set up 50 years ago.