Roseland Peninsula groups help point the way ahead for tourists
Holidaymakers to the Roseland Peninsula now have up-to-date visitor information after three local groups pulled together.
The Roseland Visitor Centre, St Just in Roseland Parish Council and Fal River Cornwall teamed up to provide a new "wayfinding" noticeboard between Tregony and St Mawes.
It replaces the map at the Trenonna layby, which had fallen into disrepair after it had been left for several years. Chris Williams, St Just in Roseland Parish Councillor, said: "We're very pleased to have the new wayfinding noticeboard in place.
"The previous one had fallen into disrepair after been left for a number of years and it did not portray the welcome you'd want to give a visitor to the area.
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"We decided the best way was to form a partnership between the three organisations to provide this facility that will help to improve the visitor experience."
The board features information about Tregony, Porthscatho, St Mawes, Veryan, Philleigh, St Just in Roseland and Ruan Lanihorne, as well highlighting the facilities on offer.
Toby Budd, Fal River Cornwall's marketing manager, who provided the area map, said: "Once again this shows that local organisations working in partnership can provide valuable resources for visitors to the area.
"The Roseland and the Fal River Cornwall are key destinations and its important people feel they are welcome and have all the information they need."