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Dorset Tea Partners with the Jurassic Coast Trust

We’re incredibly excited to announce that Dorset Tea has become an official partner of the Jurassic Coast Trust. We’ll be providing funds and awareness to support the vital work of the Trust in protecting the beaches, scenery, heritage geology and outstanding natural beauty of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site.

Not only will our donation be put to good use in preserving the 95-mile coastline, but we will also be collaborating with the Trust on a range of special offers and unique events – such as their tea-riffic dinosaur sleepovers!

Dorset is at the heart of our brand, so it felt important to ensure that we do all that we can to help protect and preserve the incredible Jurassic Coast. Through our partnership we aim to lend our support and help inspire others to understand and participate in the amazing work the trust undertakes.

Melanie Campbell, Head of Business Development, Jurassic Coast Trust:

I'm thrilled that we are partnering with Dorset Tea. Not just because it is genuinely my favourite tea brand, but because of the shared values between companies. The focus of heritage and sustainability create a synergy between us. The protection of this extraordinary stretch of coast, the World Heritage Site, thrives on partnership and collaboration and relies on the support of local businesses. My hope is that this is the beginning of a long-term partnership with some exciting mutual projects being scoped.”

The Jurassic Coast is England’s only natural World Heritage Site, comprising 95 miles of the south coast between Orcombe Point in Exmouth and Old Harry Rocks near Swanage. The Trust’s mission is to enable everyone to have the best possible experience of the site. It is the only organisation with the mandate to encompass the full 95-mile length and 250-million-year timescale of the site.

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Image credit: Max Willcock/BNPS. Here Jurassic Coast enthusiast Lizzie James sips on a cup of Dorset Tea with the back drop of the Purbecks.