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Celebrate memories in South Devon

There are rest points along Wembury cliffs to stop and enjoy the view © Kit Heighway

Find out about the different memorial schemes available to celebrate the memory of a loved one.

Order a memorial in South Devon

Orcombe Point marks the beginning of the famous Jurassic Coast © East Devon Rangers

Once you have chosen the right memorial scheme, find out how to go about ordering it and the timescales involved.

Fundraising in South Devon

This beautiful beach is just part of a majestic stretch of coast we maintain for future generations to enjoy. Contact us to find out how you can get involved, your help and support can make a real difference.

Supporter groups in Devon

Interested in making the most of the National Trust places near you? Join your local group to enjoy special interest talks, visits, holidays and other social and fundraising events.

Contact us

Get in contact to find out the different ways you could get involved

Get in contact to find out the different ways you could get involved

If you would like to send in your comments, get involved in fundraising, volunteering,  or would like more information about memorial schemes then please contact the South and East Devon Countryside Office.

Email us or call 01752 346585.

South and East Devon Countryside Office
The National Trust
Saltram House
Plymouth
PL7 1UH

Say hello to us on Facebook

Follow us on Facebook for updates and offers © National Trust/Facebook

'Like' our Facebook page to keep up to date with all our latest events. You can leave your comments and even upload your photos of South Milton Sands for all to see.

Take a look at our rangers' blog

Practise your kayaking technique in the calm waters at South Milton Sands © Ben Selway

Get all the news from South Devon straight from the rangers themselves. Keep up to date with upcoming events and find out what the rangers are working on.

Send in your photos and comments

Rare migratory birds can sometimes be seen resting in the wetland © David Bassett ABIPP MBE

Want to make this website and a visit to South Milton Sands even better? Send in your comments and photos and have your photos seen across the world from this very website.

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