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Event Reports from Cornwall Group

 

Cornwall GOC Explore The Mines To Start 2019

18 Jan 2019 | Cornwall, Devon Groups

Cornwall GOC started 2019 by exploring the countless mines and old engine houses together with the Great Flat Lobe . The weather was cold but dry and this proved to be one of our most 'educated' walks . We finished the day with a visit to 'Miss Mollys': Cambornes well known tea room and house clearance store. The group that attended Matthews walk were Paul, Paul, Keith, Nik, Terry, Mike, Steve and Tim .
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Britains Most Southerly Point.

18 Oct 2018 | Cornwall Group

Cornwall walkers this month headed for Britains Most southerly point: The Lizard. Regular walkers Neville, Chris, Terry, Paul and Matthew welcomed newcomers Karen and John. The first stop was Kynance Cove before heading round to the Point itself. Here we had lunch and browsed the souvenir shops with one or two taking advantage of an ice cream. We then continued round past the Lizard Lighthouse, The old Marconi Wireless Station and the National Coastwatch Institute before heading back for a light refreshment in the Lizards well known Top House Hotel....
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Truro Day and Idless Woods

9 Sep 2018 | Cornwall, Devon, Women Groups

Today was a great one here in Cornwall as the group managed to combine a walk with a look around a local event taking place in Truro. Truro meant altering our starting point for the walk but it was well worth it. Martin lead the group, consisting of Richard, Terry, Debbie, Adam, Matt, Steve, Neville and myself in and around Idless woods climbing up the famous locally known 'Forty' steps which actually consists of more than seventy. From here we entered Kenwyn Churchyard where Martin pointed out various different Commonwealth Graves from different eras....
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Double Waters where the rivers Walkham and Tavy meet.

6 Aug 2018 | Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Somerset Groups

Meeting on the edge of western Dartmoor north of Plymouth, 13 intrepid walkers gathered for the walk co-ordinated by Roy and Ian. The weather was warm and sunshine strong as we headed off towards the two rivers of Tavy and Walkham. With views into Poldark country, thoughts turned to six packs and dark fur. Back to reality the walk followed a track to the junction of the two rivers in a wooded glen for a short break before heading upwards to moorland and another descent to our stop by the river for food and refreshments....
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