PERRANUTHNOE is a small village on the South Coast of Cornwall, just East of Marazion, there is a Car Park and sloping access to a safe sandy beach and the beachside Cabin Cafe. It has The Victoria a superb multi award winning pub, which serves super food both lunchtimes & evenings, - a Church dating back as far as 1160. The Lynfield Centre which houses The Cowhouse Gallery, Kernewek Ky, Professional dog grooming The Peppercorn Cafe, a hairdressers and Linen & Clay.

Saturday, 12 September 2015

A walk to Newlyn & beyond !

 Since tomorrows walk to Newlyn had been postponed until the end of October when there's every chance that the weather will be even worse, Wooster and I decided to walk to Newlyn today, since we have already been sponsored to do it !  If it does go ahead in October we will happily do it again - we need the exercise !  
 Here we are at the start at 10am , under the signpost in Perranuthnoe
 Lovely beach this morning
Scillonian III on her way out passing the old Penlee Quarry
A panorama of the walk round Mount's Bay

Close-up of The Castle - no flag flying as they are closed on Saturdays
We usually walk down this hill - it was quite steep and long to walk up
At the top, Jim and Tilly went right - and back to Perranuthnoe
Whilst Wooster and I went onwards to the Churchyard and the road down into Marazion
We were passed by Karen from Trenow Dairy who was on her milk delivery round
 Looking over a wall as we walk down into Marazion
The super view from alongside the Godolphin Hotel
Crossing the Red River - looking rather brown after all the rain last night
Grey Heron on Marazion Marsh
From the other side of the road
Past Marazion Junction and onwards
Think that this is the bit that needed a lot of repair work after the Winter storms
Wooster gazing down onto the beach - and hoping !
Really rather cool and breezy as these huge dark clouds passed by
Still hoping !
Passing Sainsburys  - with some blue sky showing along the bottom
But still looking very grey to the East

2 comments:

  1. Well done on your lonesome walk ! I'm glad they have repaired the footpath to Newlyn I can manage that.....it's nice and flat ! We think the Indian Summer is due in October ! we can only hope ! It seems to be getting dark quickly.....better add torches to the list ! although it's always lighter in the west ,make sure we have plenty to read.Thanks Sue for all the super photo's.macca.

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    1. Really enjoyed our walkies - and as you say The Prom and Newlyn Green are a nice easy flat walk - my knee has not complained at all - I did wear my Sketcher memory foam shoes - really comfy and good to walk in, but sadly not waterproof, so it will soon be back to chunkier footwear. Many thanks for your donation - very good of you - have sent you an email this evening if you can find it on your Windows 10 - have been wondering whether to or not !
      Would say good torch would be a good idea as well as warm clothing as it's got really chilly - although it could warm up again and I really hope it does ! Sue

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