Back to Cadgwith and some industrial archeology…

Saturday, 7th March 2015 (Day 6, week 9)


Can you believe we’re almost at the end of week 9!

Today we went back to Cadgwith.  Having had a short walk here earlier in the week (read about it here) we had promised ourselves a return visit to explore further afield.  I’ve got some interesting local history and industrial archaeology for you this time (no….don’t go away, it is interesting!)



Target: 1000 miles in one year (20 miles a week)

Achieved so far: 196.4 miles (Target 180 miles)

Achieved this week: 19.8 miles

 Cadgwith circular via Ruan Minor and Poltesco (4.4 miles)

We started today with a hop over the stile leading to an enclosure protecting a Holy Well.  This little listed building sits in the corner of a field and is dedicated to St Ruan, a 6th century Cornish saint, a bishop, and patron saint of Tavistock.

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