Lower Halsdon Farm
Stanley Long (1918-2001) gave the 44.5 hectares of farmland at Lower Halsdon to the National Trust in 1995. This generosity was considerably influenced by the wishes of his late wife, his parents and Sir James Garbutt Knott in resisting the pressures to sell the land for development. The land will be held by the National Trust to preserve the open views across the Exe Estuary in perpetuity. The farm is also an important area for over wintering migratory birds.
Lower Halsdon Farm, Exmouth, United Kingdom