National Trust Spends £1m To Protect An Archaeological Site | National Trust Secures Great Orme Spending £1 Million ~ Friendly Eco Might

Wednesday, 27 May 2015

National Trust Spends £1m To Protect An Archaeological Site | National Trust Secures Great Orme Spending £1 Million

Great Orme

We are proud to inform you that, there are still few organizations who have devoted themselves to make this planet a better place to live in. The archaeological site now which is under National Trust is one of the precious site on Great Orme in Northern Wales. The Nation Trust has spent
£1 million, on 26 May 2015, to protect the archaeological site. It did so, as a part of its campaign, the Neptune Campaign (which deals with protecting special seaside areas and currently it has acquired 574 miles of coastlines).

What is Unique About Great Orme?


The specialty of the site is that, it lies in its Prehistoric mine, which is 4,000 years old and it is also the biggest prehistoric mine in the world. The vision of National Trust is to look after nations' coastlines.

National Trust says,

''Our priorities for the future are to help create opportunities for people to enjoy the coast, safeguard our beautiful coast heritage and to enrich the wildlife living on our shores."

The trust also said that it wanted to create a seascape which would champion marine conservation zones. Not only this, it also supports marine economy and to invest in marine energy. Now, the point is that, the Neptune Campaign which was begun half a century ago in May 1965 has survived till date and has accomplished remarkable events.

Well, how can we end without telling the person's name who is behind all this?

Justin Albert is the director of National Trust and it is he and his team who are setting benchmarks. So, it is because of such wonders, we keep thinking that, "YES, one fine day we will get a friendly environment".






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