Charity raising money to open up access to 220-acre headland site near Padstow, Cornwall, and extend wildlife habitats

An appeal has been launched to raise money to care for a headland that provides spectacular, sweeping views of the rugged north Cornwall coast – and a home to precious flora including wild asparagus.

The National Trust is in the process of acquiring the 220-acre site at Trevose Head, near Padstow, which has been owned by the same family for a more than a century but has been put up for sale with a guide price of £3.5m.

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Source: Guardian Environment