In glorious sunshine, with a gently cooling breeze, 82 older and younger entrants completed the Long and Short Walks, raising over £1,300 for our chosen charities


FRW map 2015 - final-cr-sm


The mansion TrelissickNT logo


  •  With grateful thanks to the National Trust, we had a new venue, so the start and finish for the first time were in the same place, close to the house at Trelissick, with free parking in the National Trust car park.

    • For 2015, especially for families, we offered a Short Walk (around 6 miles) from St Mawes back to Trelissick. Participants enjoyed an extended ferry ride along the Fal from Trelissick to St Mawes, from where they started their walk. This proved a popular innovation.
    • The Long Walk was a variation of our traditional 15-mile route, with the start and finish at Trelissick.

    St Mawes ferry

    Fal ferry logo

    •  Once again we were generously supported by Cornwall Ferries, who specifically arranged the crossings for this event and which are available only on this occasion. The entry fees offered exceptional value compared with other Fal River journeys.
    • At the finish, our usual generous cream tea was served in glorious sunshine in the Stable Yard.

      Time for tea!-sm

      £500 from the event profits will go to the Macmillan Cancer Support and Information Centre (The Cove Project), a further £500 to the National Trust, with the balance to the Rotary Club Trust Fund from which local charities are supported.


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