These are some of the organisations which share our aims. Click their logo to visit their website.
|The National Trust works to preserve and protect the buildings, countryside and coastline of England, Wales and Northern Ireland in a range of ways, through practical conservation, learning and discovery, and encouraging everyone to visit and enjoy their national heritage.
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The NT is also campaigning to protect undesignated countryside from damaging development under proposed Government reforms of the planning system. Click here for more information.
|Cornwall Wildlife Trust is involved in the many aspects of conserving the county's wildlife and wild places. It maintains an extensive ecological database through the Environmental Records Centre for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly and also owns or manages 55 nature reserves.
|The South West Cost Path Association represents users of what is the longest National Trail in Britain, running from Minehead in Somerset to South Haven Point, near Poole in Dorset|
|CPRE Cornwall exists to safeguard the coast and countryside of Cornwall from inappropriate, unnecessary and unwanted development, as well as to promote the use of the countryside for food production and healthy exercise. They have a current campaign to protect AONBs in Cornwall.|
|There are 41 designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) in England and Wales. Twelve of them are in Cornwall and Cornwall AONB is a partnership between statutory bodies, including Cornwall Council, and other agencies, responsible for creating and implementing a management plan.|
|Natural England is the Government's advisor on the natural envronment. Among its many responsibilities include the notification and stewardship of Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs). Pendower Beach forms part of the Gerrans Bay to Camel Cove SSSI and contains features specifically cited.|
|The online community magazine and information resource dedicated to the people, events, organisations and activities in and around the Roseland Peninsula.|