Branscombe

Tucked away in a valley that runs down to a beach on the famous Jurassic Coast, there is a timeless magic about this old village

Upcoming events

Winter apple tree pruning day in the Old Bakery orchard

Wed 05 Feb 2020
10:00-15:00
Pick up your loppers and secateurs and help the rangers care for the fruit trees growing in the Old Bakery orchard at Branscombe.

Winter apple tree pruning day in the Millenium orchard

Wed 12 Feb 2020
10:00-15:00
Pick up your loppers and secateurs and help the rangers care for the fruit trees growing in the Millenium orchard at Branscombe.

50 things Sunday: Beach fun

Sun 29 Mar 2020
13:30-15:30
Explore the beach with the National Trust beach team and try some 50 things to do before your 11 ¾ .

Dawn Chorus walk

Sun 03 May 2020
05:30-08:00
Discover the magic of the dawn chorus and celebrate nature's greatest symphony.

Open Farm Sunday guided walk

Sun 07 Jun 2020
11:00-13:00
As part of Manor Mill open Farm Sunday discover what wildlife makes its home here on the Farm.
Branscombe

History

Branscombe

Get involved

Manor Mill in Branscombe

Volunteer at Manor Mill

Help us bring to life the wonderful watermill at Branscombe. We are looking for enthusiastic, friendly volunteers to welcome visitors to this hidden gem. No previous experience or knowledge is required - full training given.

Rangers and volunteers hedgelaying in East Devon

Volunteer in East Devon 

If you love getting stuck in with hands-on jobs, or enjoy talking to people about pieces of local history, or even just want to learn new skills, we've got plenty of opportunities to volunteer with our East Devon team.

How you can support us

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Branscombe

Places to stay

The exterior of Forge Cottage, Branscombe, Devon

Staying in Branscombe 

Stay in Branscombe overnight at Forge Cottage. With a footpath on your door step leading to the beach. Its a perfect location to enjoy the village's history, countryside and Jurassic coastline.

Branscombe

Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Branscombe on the National Trust Collections website