Mayon Cliffs, Cornwall
Over 150,000 people walk along Mayon cliffs each year; an iconic stretch of coast linking Sennen cove to Land’s End, the most westerly point in mainland UK. The countryside team are constantly working to maintain the paths to reduce the amount of erosion and the number of desire lines created by completing a granite stone footpath along this 1 mile coast path. All money raised will go towards the footpath project at Mayon for walkers to continue to enjoy in balance with the surrounding wildlife. Be part of a World Record and paint a picture along this section of coast path on the 1st September 2019 to raise awareness and funds to continue to look after this special place.
Donate to Mayon Cliffs, Cornwall
Help us to complete the mile stretch of granite footpath pitching
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