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Event Reports from Devon Group

 

Dartington to Staverton Station

7 Oct 2018 | Devon Group

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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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Three Reservoirs Walk

2 Sep 2018 | Devon Group

The main topic of conversation during the walk, was how many walkers started, many thinking it was 14 when in fact 13 started and finished. We left the car park at Trenchford Reservoir and headed along its bank, over the dam and towards Tottiford Reservoir. We continued until our path headed up through a pine forest then onto tracks, lanes and fields before we stopped at the base of the dam at Kennick Reservoir for our lunch stop. Refreshed, we walked Tottiford Reservoir and enjoyed the novelty of the lack of water after the LONG summer....
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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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