Mayon Cliffs, Cornwall
On the 1st September 2019 over 700 artists, expert and novice, set a record for the most number of people painting all together at the same place, Mayon Cliff. We teamed up with Newlyn School of Art and artist Anthony Garratt and took to the cliffs along the 1 mile iconic stretch of coast path between Land's End and Sennen. Over 150,000 people walk along Mayon cliffs each year; meaning National Trust rangers are constantly working to maintain the paths to reduce the amount of erosion and the number of desire lines created. You can help us look after this special place by donating today, all money raised will go towards our granite footpath project, for walkers to continue to enjoy in balance with the surrounding wildlife.
Donate to Mayon Cliffs, Cornwall
Help us to complete the mile stretch of granite footpath pitching
Why give to the National Trust?
As a charity, we're dedicated to conserving our nation’s natural and human history for generations to come to enjoy. From preserving the historic buildings in our care to protecting nature and wildlife in outdoor spaces, by donating to our General Fund appeal, you'll help us to act quickly to look after special places. Donations also help us release match funding from various sources including corporates, grant-giving bodies like the Landfill Communities Fund, and Charitable Trusts. This means every pound you give helps us raise even more for vital conservation work.