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East Cornwall

'The natural beauty of the coastline and its steep valleys, the architectural surprises, the inescapable sense of history and the range of activities and facilities that the estate offers, all set ...
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'As part of its extended role the Society organises monthly walks both within and outside Calstock Parish. Many of the walks have a general interest or historic content and are considered to be wit ...
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'Discover hidden secrets in our Outdoor Gardens. The Family Trail takes you on an exciting tour around our spacious gardens, with clues designed especially for kids. There’s a surprise at ...
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'South East Cornwall offers the walker so much choice, from stunning cliff walks to lonely walks on Bodmin Moor. A range of landscapes from ancient wooded valley to pretty fishing villages. Thousan ...
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'Looe Island Nature Reserve (also know as St George's Island) is just off the coast of Looe. It is a marine nature reserve and the waters around it are teeming with life. It provi ...
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'Pull on your walking boots – there are some great places to explore throughout the Tamar Valley, whatever your ability or interests ... It's beautiful. It's natural. It's outstanding. Let ...
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'Fowey Harbour, which includes the communities of Fowey, Bodinnick and Polruan, has been a significant international trading port since the medieval period and is still a working port today, export ...
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'Launceston, once the ancient capital of Cornwall, is known for its dominating 11th century castle and the magnificent carved exterior of St Mary Magdalene Church. In the narrow streets are fine ex ...
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[1] Coulson Park and Shirehall Moor - - - : [2] Milltown Walk (3.4 miles, circular) - - - : [3] Lanhydrock Walk (3.7 miles one way, return by train) - - - : [4] Lostwithiel to Lerryn Walk (2 miles ...
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'This traffic-free section of the Cornish Way starts only a mile from St Austell station and leads to the bustling fishing village of Mevagissey. It includes a link to the famous Lost Gardens of He ...
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The Tamar Valley Mining Heritage Project 'celebrated and told the story of the Tamar Valley’s rich mining heritage, which forms part of the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape World H ...
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'The Wilderness Trail is a walking trail which is made up of a mixture of public highways, public rights of way and permissive paths. It covers Open Access land and the five sites which ma ...
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