When Britain’s National Trust was founded over 100 years ago, the first property to be donated was a section of coastline overlooking Cardigan Bay in Wales. One of the Trust’s founders famously wondered whether it would be their last. Certainly, it would have been beyond her wildest dreams to know that today the National Trust protects over 700 miles of the nation’s coastline. This collection of photographs celebrates the diversity of the British coastline and encourages its preservation for future generations.
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Libby Purves is one of Britain's leading journalists with a regular column in The Times, and a broadcaster, chairing the discussion prgramme Midweek on Radio 4. She has written several non-fiction books including Casting Off, One Summer's Grace and Home Leave. Joe Cornish has worked on many books including In Search of Neptune for the National Trust. David Norton's specialist areas are landscape, nature and travel, with clients that include the BBC's Natural History unit. Paul Wakefield has collaborated with Jan Morris on landscape books of Wales, Scotland and Ireland. In 1997 he was given the Gold Award by the Association of Photographers.
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