The National Trust owns and manages much of the landscape surrounding Boscastle. After the devastating flood of 2004, the National Trust headed up a team of government agencies, local businesses and volunteers to bring Boscastle back to life as the fantastic tourist destination it is.
If you can, visit “The Stitches” near Boscastle, a unique area of ancient strip fields managed in traditional farming practices by the Trust.
The coast path, the harbour and many local places are cared for by National Trust rangers and volunteers.
If you would like to help the National Trust conservation efforts, you can by becoming a member, a volunteer or by just being a customer in the Boscastle visitor centre, café and shop! It’s that easy.