Welcome to the Torbay Coast & Countryside Trust

We are a local, independent charity that safeguards over 1750 beautiful acres of green space across Torbay.

The Trust exists because Torbay has an outstanding natural environment and heritage that needs special care and attention. We are the stewards of the most important natural places in the Bay – including Berry Head Nature Reserve, Cockington Country Park, Occombe Farm and various woodlands, cliffs and coastal walks. Many of these special places form part of the English Riviera Unesco Global Geopark.

As a charity, we simply couldn't do the work that we do without our members and all of the people who take part in so many of our events every year. From cookery courses to coasteering and from birdwatching to beer festivals, browse our events here


                         

Latest News for The Trust

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Local community dig deep to help replant Churston...

15 May 2018

Torbay Coast and Countryside Trust (TCCT) are delighted to reveal that the replanting of Churston Woods has now been completed thanks to the remarkable generosity of the...

Churston Woods Appeal Update

29 January 2018

We are thrilled to have raised £1,595 towards the replanting of Churston Woods so far, through the crowdfunding campaign and direct donations from the Friends...

Our chickens and ducks have moved!

23 January 2018

Our chickens and ducks have been temporarily moved!  Recently Avian (bird) flu has been detected in some wild birds in the UK. As a result we have moved our...

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Upcoming Events at The Trust

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Wild About Cockington

20 May 2018

Discover Cockington's wilder side with activities and walks for all ages in the Country Park. 10.00am - 4pm

Tots Go Wild! May

21 May 2018

Minibeasts and creepy crawlies, what is under your feet? Come on down Occombe Farm to find out.  09.30am - 11.00am

Berry Head Bat Walks

25 May 2018

A unique opportunity to see the rare greater horseshoe bats at Berry Head, a Geopark Gateway Site. The greater horseshoe bats live in the caves formed in the 400 million...

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