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Hayle has joined Walkers are Welcome

Walkers are Welcome

The Hayle "Walkers are Welcome" status covers the area of Hayle, Gwinear-Gwithian and St Erth and thanks to the work of the Hayle Area Plan team and the Walkers are Welcome Steering Group it was the first area in Cornwall to be awarded this status.
Chair, John Nunn, WAW@hayletowncouncil.net

Walk4Life invited the Hayle Area Walkers are Welcome Group to make use of their facilities for posting walks on their web site. You can view and print individual walk routes drawn on the OS map together with the walk description documents for free from the Walk4Life site by clicking here.

HAYLE IN BLOOM with Hayle's WALKERS ARE WELCOME have jointly produced The Copperhouse Family Activity Trail. Please click on the image below to download your copy.
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Footloose in Hayle

A SERIES OF WALKS AROUND THE TOWN
Compiled by Dave Philp.
Additional text and nature notes by
Georgina Schofield.
Title map and cover design by Dave Philp
©
1995, 2002, D. H. Philp and G.A.D. Schofield
CONTENTS 

Walk No. ....................................................................................... Page
Introduction....................................................................................1
1. Foundry Square to the Customs House.........................5
2. Customs House to Phillack Hill ................................... 11
3. Phillack Hill to Penmare................................................ 17
4a. The Penmare to the Commercial Road Car Park...... 21
4b. The Penmare to the Commercial Road Car Park
(Alternative Route) ......................................................... 27
5. Commercial Road Car Park to Foundry Square ........ 33
6. Foundry Square to the Millponds and the Plantain .. 39
7. The Customs House to Phillack Hill
via the Coastal Path ........................................................ 47
8. The Penmare to Loggans Mill, the Dynamite Works and/or Angarrack ......
Footloose - download/view here http://www.hayletowncouncil.net/documents/FootlooseinHayle-3.pdf

Historical walks in the Hayle area – maps for you to download free

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170909 | Well, on the plus side, it's more attractive than the current view ... | Stephen Cornish - Hayle Development Discussion 1 week 4 days agoBook page
1709 | 9,000 sq ft of newly built retail accommodation adjacent to a proposed Asda petrol filling station | Foundry Yard 2 weeks 2 days agoBook page
1709 | Highway Plans 2 weeks 5 days agoBook page
1709 | Marsh Lane realignment 2 weeks 6 days agoBook page
170904 | St Erth Park and Ride scheme and air quality on the agenda at the Hayle and St Ives Community Network Panel meeting 3 weeks 3 days agoBook page
170818 | Hayle harbour tonight. Water going out.. I hope it's not what I expect it is in front of those tankers... especially as 5 weeks 1 day agoBook page
170821 | Hayle Harbour | Pirate FM - News - WATCH: Reports of sewage in Cornwall sea 5 weeks 1 day agoBook page
170719 | PA17/06782 | Erection of a new dwelling and detached garage. - Land NW Of 5 Grist Lane Angarrack Cornwall 5 weeks 4 days agoBook page
170807 | St Erth roundabout A30 section to be restricted to 30mph limit for eight months | Cornwall Live 6 weeks 2 days agoBook page
170622 | Grigg’s Quay, Lelant – LATEST | Hayle development discussion group FB 6 weeks 5 days agoBook page
170726 | Tools from Cornwall’s first farmers among important archaeological finds at Hayle construction site (From Falmouth Pack 6 weeks 5 days agoBook page
170725 | Dave on Twitter: "Crazy that the biggest ship built in #cornwall #SSRamleh at 3,800 tonnes was built in #hayle in 1890 7 weeks 5 days agoBook page

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