The Tin Coast Network is for any and all businesses and community groups who are interested in working together to plan for visitors to the local area so that our economy thrives, in balance with our the local community, preserves and reveres our local heritage and culture, and protects our local landscape and natural environment so it can thrive in years to come.
It is still early days for us in developing this section of the website but if you would like to know more, join in, join other local businesses in monthly Network Zoom sessions, follow this link – to add your details to receive update emails from the Tin Coast Network.
To get listed on our ‘Places to Go’ map please send us details of your business: follow this link for more information.
The Tin Coast Network was set up by The Tin Coast Partnership to find as many ways as possible to work together with local businesses and community groups to proactively plan for growth in the visitor economy and business productivity; making tourism a more sustainable – financially, socially, and environmentally.
Formed in 2017 the Tin Coast Partnership is steered by:
- St Just Town Council
- Local residents
- Cornwall 365
- Cornish Mining Heritage
- Geevor Tin Mine
- CoaST One Planet Tourism
- Land’s End Accommodation Providers
- The National Trust
- Penwith Landscape Partnership
Funding from the Coastal Communities Fund has made this website possible.