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Caroline Danks

Tremayne Quay

raising money for National Trust because we need your support to conserve Tremayne Quay

58 %
£6,975.00
raised of £12,000 target
by 16 supporters
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National Trust

We're a charity that looks after special places throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland for ever, for everyone. This includes 775 miles of coastline, over 248,000 hectares of land and over 500 historic houses, castles, ancient monuments gardens and parks and nature reserves.

Charity Registration No. 205846

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We need to raise £12,000 to undertake urgent restoration works to Tremayne Quay on the Helford River.

This Victorian, stone quay, built in 1847 in preparation for a visit by Queen Victoria has become a popular place for a wide cross section of river users.  It is a quiet and tranquil spot where visitors and locals moor their boats.  It is also a known spot for informal camping due to the flat, grassy area next to the quay and the availability of a couple of fire pits and forms part of a popular walking route.  

Tremayne Quay is now in urgent need of some restoration work; more specifically, the replacing of dilapidated stonework. 

We have received a donation of £3,000 from a local charitable trust but need to find a further £9,000 if the work is to go ahead.  

Please help us if you can, even a small gift will make all the difference to us.

Thank you!

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