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NEWQUAY & THE NORTH CORNWALL COAST

12-14 October 2018

 

A weekend in the Surf Capital of Britain, a Saturday walking tour of the town and on the Sunday a drive around the environs in a 1964 vintage coach.

Highlights for the weekend will include viewing several interwar, post-war, and new-build houses as well as commercial premises. We will visit Newquay Police Station and former Courts, the Cold War Aviation Museum, St Michael’s Church, Newquay Library, the Bristol Hotel, Pumping Station, and the Lifeboat Station at Trevose Head. There will be a chance to inspect a new Duchy of Cornwall development at Tregunnel Hill and visit The Mid-Century and Vintage Fair at Bedruthan Steps, to pick up a souvenir!

Final details will be online very soon, with prices and booking.

In the meantime please reserve the dates in your diary. Those travelling from further afield might want to book accommodation. If you have any other questions please email Robert (who can also supply suggestions for hotels), or our South West regional chair Tony . NB: Both days involve a lot of walking so good footwear is essential.

Why not make it a long weekend and spend a couple of days on the Isles of Scilly before or after the weekend? We can supply you with a list of C20 things to see, and also links to travel options. Email Sam if you would like to see these.

Image: Our transport! Find out more at King Harry Coaches

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We have just had some postcards printed to promote our existence if you would like some please contact Geoff and he will post them out to you.

geoff.biy@icloud.com

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