The focus for the Mayflower 400 Project is 2020, but we envisage that once the commemoration is over, the events will leave a legacy that will benefit Dartmouth for years to come.
Schools, colleges and organisations will be working together, creating links and educational opportunities for young people.
By engaging with the the community as a whole, many people will be have been drawn together. Diverse groups will be working alongside each other to deliver this exciting project, which we hope will generate a strong community spirit, and create new connections and friendships.
The project will raise Dartmouth’s profile as a fascinating place to visit, encouraging national and international visitors, and stimulating the local economy. Dartmouth will be left with a permanent legacy, making the town more attractive and informative for both residents and visitors, increasing visitor numbers and bringing economic benefits to the town and area.
One such project is the Dartmouth Heritage Trail, the first phase of which opened on 19 Nov 19. More details HERE
Other legacy projects include: