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Want to meet new friends, see new places, have fun and stay fit?


Our gentle walks offer a fun and very informal way for single people to make new friends while exploring every corner of Cornwall, including places never seen from the car.  Strolls take 2 to 3 hours max and end with optional lunch at a carefully selected pub, hotel or café.  

Saturday 14th September 2019

Walk Departs 10am

Location  Helman Tor

Walk Leader Mike

Walk Leader Mobile 07813 290908

Meet at the Crown Inn Lanlivery PL30 5BT


The best route into Lanlivery is from the A390 between St Austell and Lostwithiel. Other ways to Lanlivery use some very narrow lanes.

From St Austell: After about 5.5 miles, turn left just after the B3269 to Fowey.

From Lostwithiel: After about 1.5 miles, take the 2nd right after the B3269 to Bodmin.

There is a brown tourist sign to the Crown Inn at the junction with the A390. Stay on this road for just over half a mile until you see the Crown Inn on the left.

(Your Satnav may tell you to turn left before you get to the pub - ignore it!).

A note from Mike: This walk is 4.7 miles, with two uphill stretches. The main uphill leads to Helman Tor, where there is a spectacular 360° view of the surrounding area. The route consists of lanes and footpaths, with some minor road at the start and end of the walk. 

The walk is dog friendly, although there is one stile, and there is the likelihood of livestock in one or two fields..  Toilets available at the pub before the walk. Please arrive in time to pre-order lunch. I hope to see you there.


Saturday 21st Sept: Falmouth, with Celia

Saturday 28th Sept:  Perranporth (TBC) with Sheila

Cost per walk: £2  (excluding optional lunch)

Our first walk each month is open to Strollers past and present and their friends  so we can catch up with those who have moved on and may  be in relationships.

All other walks are for genuinely single people and we would ask that you respect this.


To all of you who knew Clive Lewis.

If you haven’t heard the sad news, we’re sorry to break it to you this way.

Clive died while swimming on 23rd August – we don’t know yet what exactly happened, but he was brought out of the sea and couldn’t be revived. Those of us who knew him are devastated and still in shock. He will be very much missed.

His funeral is on Friday 13th September at 4pm at Camborne Treswithian Downs Crematorium. Strolling Singles will be making a donation in Clive’s memory.


Coastal scenery