NEW NATIONAL COAST PATH CELEBRATIONS
Just three miles from the coast, Sherford is a stone's throw from stunning shorelines, waterfront walks, and beautiful beaches. And if that isn't enough to celebrate - there's a whole host of events set to take place this September to get to know the local coastline better and mark the creation of a new national coast path.
The event line-up has been unveiled for the King Charles III England Coast Path celebrations on Friday 29th and Saturday 30th September.
It's two days of fun-filled entertainment and activities, which will take place to celebrate the South West stage of the brand-new national coastal trail – soon to break records as the longest in the world.
Hosted by Natural England, the events are an opportunity for all ages to enjoy and explore Plymouth’s stunning shoreline. The packed programme includes rockpool rambles and historic tower tours at Mount Batten, guided walks all around Plymouth Sound, and live entertainment, artistic adventures and family-focused activities at Royal William Yard – plus much more.
The Plymouth celebration is one of nine events taking place across the country to introduce the King Charles III England Coast Path. Expected to be fully walkable by the end of 2024, this will be the world’s longest managed coastal path, spanning 2,700 miles around the coast of England. In the West Country, the South West Coast Path – which recently celebrated its 50th anniversary – will form part of the new National Trail.
This is the jam-packed schedule of events at each of the five locations along the waterfront – head to www.englandcoastpath.org.uk for the full listing of the South West events and booking links.