Cumulus Outdoors continue to support the Jurassic Coast, helping to inspire young visitors to learn about the Jurassic Coast, whilst raising vital funds to help look after it. Julian Sawyer from Swanage, one of the Trust’s volunteer “Ambassadors”, delivered a series of talks for young people undertaking their Duke of Edinburgh Gold Residential in Dorset with Cumulus Outdoors in 2022.

£1 from each person in attendance was donated by Cumulus Outdoors to the Jurassic Coast Trust, helping to preserve the coastline for present and future generations to enjoy. Cumulus also collected donations from people booking onto their coasteering, climbing and abseiling activities throughout 2022, with the total donation amount reaching £506 for the year.


Cheque presentation from Sam Thompson of Cumulus Outdoors to Melanie Campbell, Head of Business Development, Jurassic Coast Trust.

Cumulus Outdoors offer outdoor adventure activity residentials for school and youth groups on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset. Cumulus’ Sam Thompson sees this key collaboration as part of the company’s commitment to looking after the local environment: “Cumulus Outdoors have been a Business Partners of the Jurassic Coast Trust since 2015. It is really rewarding to be able to raise money to help towards conservation and education along the World Heritage Site, so that future generations can enjoy it as much as we do today”.

Melanie Campbell from the Trust said, “This is key relationship for the Trust and we look forward to inspiring more young people about our incredible World Heritage Site through our partnership with Cumulus Outdoors. ”




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