MANX National Heritage welcomed a team of volunteers from NatWest to carry out repair and improvement work to footpaths at Gob ny Rona in Maughold.
The headland at Gob ny Rona includes a coastal battery, believed to date from the 17th Century.
The work carried out by the NatWest team included forming steps in a steep bank near the fort, improving boggy sections of footpath and clearance of vegetation to provide a better experience for visitors and walkers. MNH provided the tools needed and the team got down to work.
MNH property manager Shaun Murphy said: ‘MNH is extremely grateful for the continued support and hard work that the NatWest team put into this project. As well as a great team-building exercise, the group’s work has made a very valuable contribution in helping us to maintain and improve the Manx Museum and National Trust lands within our care.’