October’s walk with Shirley started from the beautiful old church at St Hilary. The group walked through fields and rough tracks to Halamanning, a site known for copper mines in the 1700s, but which is now home to geese, chickens and bee hives. There was a good view of Godolphin and Tregonning Hills too.
From there they continued to Perran Downs, mainly through woods, and then continued to Goldsithney. Here they stopped for an enjoyable lunch at the Crown Inn before returning to St Hilary Church. The route back led them through fields and lanes which afforded further views of Goldsithney and the surrounding countryside.
They all agreed it was a lovely interesting walk some of which we had not walked before.