Natural England announces next phase of coastal access1 min read

Do you know someone who would appreciate a present that will help protect the future of accessible green spaces for all?

We are delighted that, in the week when the Wales Coast Path was opened, Natural England has announced that it will start work on access to the next five stretches of England’s coast.

Natural arch photo: Bruce Cutts/Natural England

These are:

Durham, Hartlepool and Sunderland
(Seaton Carew to South Bents)

(Allonby to Whitehaven)

(Ramsgate to Folkestone)

(Weybourne to Sea Paling)

(Minehead to Brean Down).

On 10 May NE launched a public consultation on the Durham and Cumbria stretches of the coastal path with adjoining spreading room.

Further information can be found on the Natural England website here.

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