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The Latest news from the Jurassic Coast.

Jurassic Coast Trust teams up with Furleigh Estate

Furleigh EstateThe Jurassic Coast Trust have teamed up with Furleigh Estate in Salwayash in recognition of their close links to the coast. The award-winning winery will donate 10p from every bottle sold of their “Tyrannosaurus Red” towards the Trust’s education and conservation projects.


 

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New Scooter Provides Golden Opportunity to Access Jurassic Coast

Mobility scooter groupAn all-terrain mobility scooter that can go ‘off road’ is opening up the iconic Golden Cap estate to people who have difficulty walking.


 

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Nature Rocks is back!

Nature Rocks block logoNature Rocks is back in West Bay for another year, offering three days of family fun and an opportunity for people to engage with the coast, their natural environment and local history.


 

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New National Trust deckchairs and windbreaks highlight the dangers of eroding cliffs

Tent NT Burton Bradstock PinkWith the Jurassic Coast filling with visitors for the busy summer season, new deckchairs, windbreaks and beach shelters are appearing on the beach near the Hive Beach Café, Burton Bradstock in West Dorset.


 

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Improvements to South West Coast Path in Dorset proposed

jurassiccoast Chesil beach Portland copyright jurassiccoastteamNatural England has revealed plans for improvements to the South West Coast Path between Lyme Regis and Rufus Castle on the Isle of Portland. The proposed 67km route would connect with the section between Rufus Castle and Lulworth Cove, where work is currently underway.


 

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