Donations promise a nature rich future at Trevose Head

Skylark (Alauda arvensis) singing from a raised clump of Sea thrift (Armeria maritima) on coastal grassland, Trevose Head, Cornwall.

This September marks a year since Trevose Head, on the north Cornish coast was purchased by the National Trust thanks to very generous gifts in Wills and donations, some of which were left specifically for the purchase of this important Cornish headland.

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