For anyone who may be unfamiliar with the Jurassic Coast, it is a 95 mile long stretch of coastline of outstanding international importance for Earth Science running along the Dorset and East Devon Coastline. In 2001 it was designated as England’s first natural Unesco World Heritage Site.

If you follow us on Instagram you'll no doubt know that the Coast itself provides huge inspiration for us. Some of our most cherished recollections since we created Old Harry have been our photoshoots around Lulworth Cove, Durdle Door and of course the eponymous stack itself. We truly believe it is one of the most, if not the most stunning settings on our wonderful coastline. 


The different rocks along the Jurassic Coast have been carved by the sea into bays, beaches, cliffs, arches and stacks. This marvellous variety in the landscape helps create the natural beauty of the area and makes the Jurassic Coast an inspirational place to explore. 

The Jurassic Coast Trust is a Dorset based charity that works diligently to preserve this stretch of coastline and its surrounds. It was established in 2003 to support education and conservation of the World Heritage Site. Together, the Trust Team and its volunteers are able to provide support and resources to many different projects along the Dorset and East Devon Coast – but only with the support and donations of the the public. 


Please feel free to learn more about the Jurassic Coast team and what they do here: