Giant Steps

Many hands will make light work at legendary giant’s steps! Are you in?

North Cornwall National Trust

Local legend tells of the giant Bedruthan who used some rocky stacks as stepping stones for a shortcut across the beach. True tale or Victorian invention, we’ll be needing some legendary helpers to repair our stone pitched steps on the South West Coast Path. Join us for a day on Saturday 5th April replacing some of the stone with oak and get that feel good factor knowing that thousands of visitors will be appreciating your handy work. No experience necessary. Meet: Carnewas car park, SW 850 690 PL27 7UW Free parking for all helpers for the day.

Tools, gloves and tuition: all provided by National Trust
Bring: food and drink, footwear and clothing suitable for the weather and task
Free. 10am – 4pm

Further details please call the Rangers on 01208 863821
or email sarahe.stevens@nationaltrust.org.uk

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