Have your says on Dorset's glorious Jurassic Coast and help protect it into the future.

That's the calls from the Jurassic Coast Trust which is looking for people to provide some input as it draws up a new Partnership Plan.

This aims to plan the management of the Jurassic Coast – England's only natural World Heritage Site – for the next five years.

The plan would take care of conservation and preservation of the World Heritage Site. It would consider its effect on the local economy as well as how the site can be involved with communities in the area.

The document lays out the reasons why the Jurassic Coast is a World Heritage Site and shares the goals and plans of action for how the site will be managed going forward.

The plan is due to be published towards the end of the year.

The Jurassic Coast Trust will host drop-in consultation sessions throughout the area in September. The dates and locations for these sessions will be announced towards the end of August.

Anyone interested in offering their thoughts on this plan can visit jurassiccoast.org/plan

On this website, visitors can find and download the current World Heritage Site Management Plan, see the draft of the new plan and complete a survey on the matter. The survey can either be completed online or printed and filled out in physical form.

The deadline for responses to the plan is Friday, October 4.

After responses have been received, there will be a report detailing the amendments to the plan. This report will be available online to anyone who requests updates.

Once the plan is agreed upon by both the Jurassic Coast Partnership and approved by Historic England, Dorset Council and Devon County Council will adopt it as well.

It will then be sent on to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport and UNESCO.

To find out more about the plan contact Guy Kerr from the Jurassic Coast Trust at guy.kerr@jurassiccoast.org or call 01308 807000 or 07904 990 207.

To find out more, visit jurassiccoast.org/plan