East Cornwall Regeneration Project

In the mid-2000s, this £1.8 million project focussed on conservation & access improvements to 7 mining heritage sites, the creation of 19.9km multi-use trails and 11km walking trail (Copper Mining Trail), creation of Tamar Valley Centre, mother orchard at Cotehele of Tamar Valley varieties of fruit.
 
This project was funded and supported by Caradon District Council, Duchy of Cornwall, Objective 1, World Heritage Site, Cornwall County Council, Regional Development Agency.
 
Prior to this, the Tamar Valley Regeneration Project (1999-2001), led by Cornwall County Council, invested £2.9 million into the area. The project included a programme of environmental enhancements in Calstock, Callington & Gunnislake, plus mine sites at Okel Tor & Gunnislake Clitters.

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