The National Trust and Geevor Tin Mine will be holding the Tin-K, a 10-kilometre multi-terrain run along the Tin Coast.

The run, held this Sunday, will start and finish at Geevor and is open to everyone aged 16 and over.

Also, there will be activities for all the family happening throughout the day outside Botallack Count House Workshop.

Designed to celebrate the wildlife, history and activities that can be enjoyed in the area, the event starts at 10.30am.

Families visiting Botallack will also be able to have a go at Archery GB's Arrows, join a guided walk with the National Trust Ranger team or collect a bike from Cape Cornwall Cycle Hire.

The whole day is an opportunity for people to explore and enjoy this incredibly significant stretch of coast.

National Trust and Geevor Tin Mine are putting on the event to enable people to deepen their understanding of this area, whilst also getting active and having fun.

Alice Barker, outdoor activities development officer for the National Trust, said: "The Tin Coast is a great place to go for a run and spend time.

"The landscape and wildlife never fail to take my breath away and the stories that are told here are at the heart of Cornish culture.

"All money raised from this event will go straight back into the conservation work carried out by both partners on this special stretch of coast."