Footpath Walks

Please don’t park in the hall car park if there is an event, you can check this, or book the hall for 12 pounds a session by phoning 01579 363901. There is a public toilet on the outside of the hall.

There is a doggy bin on the Trevigro Road by the 30 mph sign, plus further along on this road there is a layby for parking.

Writing this in July, there is a mixture of stock in the fields, from cattle, sheep and lambs and you may encounter other animals, including horses, donkey, goats, who knows, so keep all dogs under close control. Stinging nettles and brambles are growing fast as are the crops, take care. If walking in a group avoid trampling and damaging the crops (which includes grass) by walking in single file and keep to the edges. Leave all gates as you find them.

The Interactive map on Cornwall Council web site is useful for plotting your route. MAP

January 2024 Bells Walk

No bells this month… just a fab 6 mile walk in the sunshine… Starting at 10:30am at Rilla Mill and included every type of terrain, stiles and usual obstacles and amazing views some mud. We stopped for a quick drinks break and then later for lunch at Henwood ! Always interesting what you see along […]Read More »

December 2023 Bells walk

From Yelverton to TAVISTOCK CHURCH Tree Festival and stunning views from the top of the tower.Read More »

October Bells Walk Botus Fleming and Landulph

7 miles Caught in a quick hail storm, just before arriving at Landulph church, a warm welcome from Terry and chance to ring the bells and climb the tower, we left speaking Spanish . Leaving Landulph we picked up footpaths down to Cargreen, up over and behind the solar array, the flooded road allowed us […]Read More »

September Bellswalk to St. Cleer

Our band of regular bell walkers, set off from Wheal Tor for a 7 mile hike crossing mining country and the river Seaton twice. To Darite and Tremar Coombe, at St Cleer church we had a warm welcome and were shown up the tower to see the great views, the plans for their bells and […]Read More »

August Bells walk 7miles BRENTOR CHURCH

The group had a great evening walk, and were greeted at Brentor church by their Bell Captain. We draw quite a crowd as we rang the bells and the many visitors had a thrill as we left and they had the treat of bell ringing. The route took us onto the moorland and we watched […]Read More »

July 26th Bells walk

Details will be posted…. we’re planning to Finish at The Kings Head Pub at Five LanesRead More »

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