CPRE Cornwall

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Member and Guest Activities

Two events have taken place this year and we are planning many more in 2019.  Please keep a watch on the web site for details.

On Thursday 19th July at 2pm, we visited Lighterage Quay in the historic Port of Truro, to see construction of the 68 ft replica of the Falmouth pilot cutter Pellew. After a talk about this extraordinary enterprise we witnessed the work in hand, using traditional woodworking skills. Completion will be in 2019 and when the launch date is known, we will send out details to our membership for what will be an exciting and dramatic event.


On Saturday 22nd September CPRE Cornwall and the Cornish Ramblers Association joined forces to organise a walk along the upper reaches of the River Fowey, starting from St Neot near the Glyn Valley. The rain did not put everyone off and a number of hardy stalwarts turned up, appropriately addressed of course. Our CRA guide, Carol Craze took us on a shortened but fascinating tour of the village and its surroundings, a tour of the ancient village church and finally to the London Inn for lunch where we enjoyed good company and good food, all around a blazing coal fire…


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