The Mount Pleasant Makeover


Thanks to a donation of £1000 from Clovelly Estate and a considerable amount of labour from National Trust staff and volunteers we are now approaching the completion of improvements at Clovelly Peace Park.

The site has had a general makeover, including re pointing of the steps and monument, but not only this we have increased accessibility on the site by the revetment and surfacing of paths, moving benches closer to access points and installing some smart iron railing to help people walk down to the First World War Monument.

We hope that now even more people can experience this beauty spot, it’s tranquillity and breath taking views of Bideford Bay.

Thanks to all who helped in the project.

Gregg
National Trust Ranger
Torridge

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2 responses to “The Mount Pleasant Makeover

  1. Ian Jackson

    Good work !

    Any news on beach access to Wild Pear , Rockham and Coombesgate please ?

  2. Hi Ian, see Stephs most recent blog about beach access. Rockham will be the hardest to solve though but we are doing our best to secure funding.

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