Two new granite clapper bridges were recently installed on the South West Coast Path at Nanjulian, near Sennen Cove. 

A National Trust spokesperson described it as: “An ambitious and challenging project where the ranger team had to remove the old timber bridges, set up temporary bridges, transport the heavy materials by machinery and by hand for the last 100 metres, due to limited access to this beautiful stretch of coast.”

They added: “The finished bridges are very much in keeping with the surrounding landscape, where the granite boulders of the beach meet the granite covered cliffs. Working on a project that creates long lasting improvements is very rewarding and will hopefully become a part of the valued archaeology of the future.

"The bridges are already proving to be a popular spot for walkers to grab a picture as they pass through. With thanks to the The South West Coast Path who funded the materials.”