'Whatever the Weather' events programme

We're running a series of events, part of the 'Whatever the Weather' exhibition, a partnership with the National Trust, RAMM (Royal Albert Memorial Museum) and the Met Office.

Godrevy in Cornwall at risk of coastal erosion

Shifting Shores, Tue 19 Jan, 1 - 2pm 

Discover the effects weather is playing on our SW coastline and what our future coastline could look like. Join Phil Dyke, National Trust Coastal and Marine Advisor for a talk about the management of our coastline.

Visitors on the beach at Woolacombe, Devon

Ranger walk at Woolacombe, Fri 29 Jan & Wed 16 Mar, 11am - 1pm 

Walk along Marine Drive and through the dunes with amazing views across Baggy Point and Lundy with National Trust Head Ranger for North Devon, Jonathon Fairhurst. Find out about National Trust coastal conservation linked to Susan Collins digital seascape – Wembury & Woolacombe.

The Mewstone at Wembury

Ranger walk at Wembury, Fri 19 Feb & Fri 8 Apr, 11am - 1pm 

A walk round the headland to Wembury Point. Take in the views across to the Mewstone with Lorna Sherriff, National Trust Ranger for the South Devon. Find out about the National Trust coastal conservation linked to Susan Collins digital seascape - Wembury & Woolacombe. Remember to bring some binoculars to spot the wildlife and birds out in the bay.

Old Harry Rocks seen from the South West Coast Path

South West Coastal Landscape: the future? Wed 23 Mar, 1 - 2pm  

The South West has a dynamic landscape, how does the weather shape it? Join Alex Raeder, National Trust South West Conservation Manage will talk about and how the National Trust and partners vision aims to make a space for nature and people into the future?