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Final Call. Tomorrow's Almost Here.


Just on the off chance that you've missed hearing about this fantastic opportunity to take a circular walk with me, in the rain, from Lerryn to St Winnow and back along a different path. Here's the lowdown.

I'm leaving Lerryn Village Carpark at 10am tomorrow the 29th October.

I'm having a blood test at 8:45 and a telephone consultation at 9:00 so I shouldn't be late.

See you there.


Stick this in your sat nav PL22 0PT

Go here to donate. www.justgiving.com/fundraising/cornwallwalkstogether

Look at the walk here. https://www.iwalkcornwall.co.uk/walk/lerryn_to_st_winnow


Information time.

The picture is of the Medieval bridge at Lerryn.

This two-arch medieval packhorse bridge at Lerryn in south-east Cornwall is one of the smallest that you're likely to come across. It is a scheduled Ancient Monument and is Grade II*-listed. It was first mentioned by Leland in 1535 and was repaired in 1573, when it had fallen into decay. It crosses the River Lerryn which is a tributary of the River Fowey. The tide will be out at Lerryn so the river can also be crossed by stepping stones.


If you have read this far, and join the walk, claim your collectable, limited edition, souvenir badge.

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