The National Trust cares for some of our most cherished places, landscapes and wildlife habitats on the Northumberland Coast including Lindisfarne Castle, The Farne Islands, the two inland sites of Ros Castle and St Cuthbert's Cave, and over 12 miles of stunning coast over a forty mile stretch. These include St Aidan's dunes at Seahouses, Beadnell lime kilns, Craster to Low Newton (including Dunstanburgh Castle and Embleton Bay), Buston Links at Alnmouth and Druridge Bay.
Friday, 9 June 2017
is coming to the end of volunteers’ week and we want to take the opportunity to
say a massive thank you to all National Trust volunteers that work with us on
the Northumberland Coast.
are a massive part of all the work we do and we wouldn’t be able to function without
them. From managing archives, carrying out wildlife surveys, cutting scrub,
restoring historic collections, managing the garden and engaging with visitors,
they help us across the portfolio both outside and inside.
a massive thank you to all of our volunteers for the work you do with us. If you
want to get involved all of our volunteering opportunities can be found at:
special mention: to Ian Chadwick, who has survived ten years of madness and volunteering at
the Long Nanny tern site. He has helped chase off predators, monitor the
colony, helped new seasonal rangers settle in and provided copious amount of
biscuits. We are incredibly grateful and thanks so much for all the hard work.
Ian Chadwick keeping watch at the Long Nanny tern colony