Make Your Christmas Walk a Coastal One

It’s now less than a week until Christmas. However, due to the milder weather this year, I have heard a lot a people grumble that it simply does not feel like Christmas. If there is an activity that is guaranteed to deliver on the chill factor, it is a bracing winter walk by the coast.…

Filming On The Rocks At Worms Head

Autumn walks are a great way of getting outside, experiencing nature and being active. Recently, I took part in the last walk at Worms Head event of the season at Rhossilli beach on the Gower. As I’ve been asked to create  a video as part of my internship here at Heelis, I thought it would…

What the coast means to me: Rosie Perry

Here on the Places blog, Howard has been asking work associates what the coast means to them. As the new Neptune intern, I thought it would be nice to round up the series with some of my own coastal memories. Like many, my love of the coast stems from happy childhood memories. Reminiscing upon my…

Sun, Sea, and Saltrock

 This summer, the National Trust has linked up with the surf-wear brand Saltrock to bring out the Neptune range – a stylish selection of t-shirts and hoodies for anyone old enough to handle a surfboard. A percentage of every item sold goes to support the National Trust’s Neptune Coastline Campaign, helping us to protect the…

Walking the chalk: the White Cliffs of Dover

Whether you’re sailing across the channel from Calais or standing on the chalky grassland above the bustling port of Dover, the sight of the White Cliffs is sure to provoke strong emotions. They have acted as an age-old geological frontier between the British Isles and the continental mainland, and for many people they are an…