Newquay

Walking Group (Longer)

Newquay u3a Longer Walks are restarting 19th May

According to the Coronavirus Crisis Government Guidelines, meetings will be suspended when advised.

Important information for walkers: Do not come on a walk if you feel unwell or have signs of covid-19. Should anyone develop covid-19 with in 14 days please let the walk leader know. Please respect others regard to social distancing. Car share: please check the government guide lines. Please let Janet know if you are coming on the walk.

All walks will be on Wednesdays and start at 10.30.

19th MAY… Cardinham woods. Park in Cardinham Village oposit the church. PL30 4BQ.

26th MAY… Mylor Bridge and Restronguet Creek. Park Mylor Bridge TR11 5NA.

2nd JUNE…ST.Mawgan to Mawgan Porth. Park in St.Mawgan. TR8 4EP.

9th JUNE…Wadebridge to ST. Breock. Park at the end of Guineaport road. PL27 7JN.

Please phone Janet on 01637 861115 or 07377 323689 for more information and to check that the walk is still going ahead.

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Weather permitting, the longer walking group usually meets twice monthly, on the second and fourth Wednesday starting at 10.30am, for a circular walk of up to 8 miles, transport by members' cars, sharing where possible with a donation of about £3 towards the fuel costs.

Please wear sturdy walking shoes/boots, take 'all-weather' clothing, and any food and drink required for the duration of the walk. Please carry contact details with you and make sure the walk leader has your contact number.

Members are always welcome to suggest or lead walks.

The meeting points and times are listed on the Events sheet available at the monthly meeting and in the Events Calendar.

Please phone Janet on 01637 861115 or 07377 323689 for more information and to check that the walk is still going ahead.

St Nectan's Glen Walk May 2019

The first pictures will be from the first part of the walk which walked along the cliff top with a group photo at a view point at the start of Rocky Valley, Walking up Rocky Valley we crossed a bridge we came to the ruins of a mill with a bronze age carving on the wall. walking up through the valley we make our way to Nectan's Glen stopping off at St Piran's Well and chapel for lunch. After lunch we made our way up a long and steep hill stopping for a breather and look at Tintagel church and grave yard. Make our way to St Nectan's Kieve the main waterfall, where some of us went down to the bottom of the falls, for those who wanted they supplied wellingtons and I took another not so full group photo then back to the top for either tea or ice cream or both before the last bit of the walk back to the carpark.

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