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Ranger internships

Group of countryside ranger interns showing off their handywork - the bridg

We have a small team of Ranger interns that work with the full-time Ranger service. Volunteers can build up practical, community and visitor services skills over the period of six to twelve months. For more information email us.

Beach cleans

Join in a beach clean on one of our beautiful shorelines

At the start of the spring through to the end of the summer we organise beach cleans at Wembury and South Milton Sands. If you or a group are interested please email us.

NT Support Groups

Join your local supporter group and get more from your membership

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. Find out more.

Holiday payback scheme

The Dartmoor Pony is an endangered species

Hotels who sign up to the scheme add a voluntary contribution of £1 to every guest’s bill with the money raised going directly back into the local area. Hotels in Salcombe have raised over £7,000 since 2009. If your business might be interested in supporting us, we'd love to hear from you.

Leaving memories in special places

Dedicating a bench to a loved one is one way of remembering a special place © Mike Townsend

Dedicating a bench to a loved one is one way of remembering a special place

Commemorate a loved one by making a gift to a place that they loved. Donations can be used for a special place, an exciting project or a simple waymarker or bench. For more information call 01752 346585 or email us.

Your money supports local work

Donations this year have funded three internship Countryside Rangers. You can donate to our work online or by direct debit, call 0844 800 1895. Or why not become a member?

Support the Neptune Coastline Campaign

Climate change, rising sea levels and the effects of coastal change are taking their toll at an increasing rate. So how can we continue to keep the unique essence of our coastlines alive – for our generation and those that follow us?

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