Date: 10th – 12th June (end Week 7)

We will be staying at the National Trust’s Penrose Bunkhouse at Chyvarloe (near Lizard Point) and walking the South West coast path featuring some stunning cliffs and sea views.

Located on a peninsula in the far south west of Great Britain, Cornwall is almost surrounded by the sea and can boast a magnificent 300 miles long coastline. There are lots of things Cornwall is well loved for: the dramatic coastline with its rugged cliffs and captivating fishing harbours; the spectacular beaches; and then of course who can forget famous Cornish pasties and luscious cream teas?

More information can be found on the trip poster.

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Trip Organiser: Kathryn Newton
Leaders: Laurent, Nicola
Accommodation: National Trust’s Penrose Bunkhouse at Chyvarloe
Departure time & location: ~3pm from Trinity gates, Broad Street
Estimated return time: Late Sunday evening
Cost: £74
Extra equipment: Walking boots, waterproofs and sleeping bag
Meals: Pub dinner Friday and Sunday, all other meals included
Contact: See poster

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