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  • He's done it!! Stunning & inspiring achievement by Patrick in breaking the record for running the entire 630 miles of the path in just 14 days 8 hours and 2 minutes! (just over 6 hours quicker than the old record) barefootpdqswcp2015.wordpress.com more
  • Lyme Regis has a new improved route heading east http://ow.ly/LTJri more
  • Explore waterfalls and climb Cornwall’s highest coastal clifftop as part of Boscastle Walking Week - perfect weather! http://ow.ly/LTKiy visitboscastleandtintagel.com more
  • The South West Coast Path shared a link. easyhiker.co.uk more
  • The South West Coast Path shared Easy Hiker - Adventure for Beginners's post. more
  • The South West Coast Path shared Easy Hiker - Adventure for Beginners's post. more
  • The end's in sight for Patrick Devine-Wright's attempt to break the record for completing the #SWCoastPath Can he do it? #630miles http://bit.ly/1bokWev
  • Polperro from the South West Coast Path. Polperro is situated in the valley of the River Pol and its narrow twisting streets are packed with traditional colour-washed cottages. I found the talking car-park meters with their (fake), Cornish accents a bit tacky, but the rest of the village remains largely unspoilt. If you are feeling energetic there is a very scenic walk from Polperro to Looe and back via Talland Bay. If you are feeling less energetic there is a shuttle service from the car-park into the village. Please feel free to share/comment/tag or like, this photo and any other photos from my facebook page. All I ask is that you credit www.facebook.com/KernowPhotos and, if you feel inclined, like my page in return. more
  • The Parish Church of St Manaccus and St Dunstan, Manaccan, Lizard, Cornwall. The 12th century church is a grade I listed building and is noted for the 250 year old fig tree growing out of the wall. In 1791 Rev. William Gregor, minister at the church and amateur geologist discovered an unknown mineral in the black sand in the village stream which he named Manaccanite. It later became known as Titanium. Richard Polwhele noted poet and historian was vicar of Manaccan 1794-1822, he was a friend of Sir Walter Scott and he is said to have befriended Captain Bligh (of 'Mutiny on the Bounty' fame), when during the Napoleonic wars Bligh was arrested as a suspected spy while surveying the Helford River. Bligh was locked in Polwhele's cellar but eventually released when his identity was confirmed. Manaccan lies just off the South West Coast Path. There is a very pleasant circular walk of about 4 miles from Manaccan to the coastal village of St Anthony and returning via the SW Coast Path and Gillan Creek. Please feel free to share/comment/tag or like, this photo and any other photos from my facebook page. All I ask is that you credit www.facebook.com/KernowPhotos and, if you feel inclined, like my page in return. more
  • We are coming to stay at Sandford caravan park next week. Is there a walk we can do from the park to the coast thanks.

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