THE FIRST phase of a flagship project to improve the coastal path between Sennen and Land's End is nearing completion.
Over £75,000 has been invested in improving the South West Coast Path between the popular tourist destinations by a variety of organisation.
The National Trust, Cornwall Council, Land's End Company and the South West Coast Path team generated in the region of £20,000 for stage one.
The first phase included a granite stone pitching project to solve major erosion problems and improve access over 220 metres of the coastal path.
Stage two funding has been secured from the Rural Development Programme for England, Land's End Company, Cornish Cottage Holidays, Natural England and the National Trust.
Nigel Picken, Cornish Cottage Holidays CEO said: "I am delighted that Cornish Cottage Holidays is able to support improvements to the South West Coast Path as it is enjoyed by many of our guests, as well as our staff and their families."