Cornwall Itinerary

DATE AND LEG NUMBER

FROM/TO GATHER for SET-OFF

ACCOMMODATION TYPE

NOTES

11th March Leg 1

Land’s End/Penzance Station Gather from 8.00
for 11.00 am Big send off with Press, Radio Cornwall and ITV!!
Remarkable that we at last have some Media coverage in Cornwall

Floor space at Quaker Meeting House (Marazion)
and at Redwing Gallery possibly local homes if ness.

Sleeping bags and
bed-rolls (SB/BR)

Simple food by Quakers – Donations

12th March Leg 2

Penzance Station to Praze An Beeble 9.30 for
10.00 am

Praze An Beeble Institute floor spaces for
20/30

SB/BR As above, shared kitty for food at start
of this leg. Group to shop and go on ahead to prepare food, others
to wash up. Not sure about paying accom. Check with Sheila
Poss Donations

13th March Leg 3a

Praze An Beeble Village Centre to Cusgarne via
Cornish Arms in Frogpool 9.30 for 10.00 am

Floor space Village Hall, Cusgarne. Access
after 9.00 pm (Regular Rock’n’Roll group in Hall til then)

SB/BR Choice of pub food or food supplied by
generous local support (vegan/veggie} must let them know that
morning. Also simple breakfast. Showers at Football Club next
door!! Must be out by 9.00am and leave the space clean and tidy –
Donations

14th March Leg 3b

Cusgarne V Hall to Truro 9.00 for 9.30 am

Quakers Meeting House Truro floor space.
Limited number of spaces. Firming this up with support

SB/BR Still have to
firm this up, but it will be OK.

Les H
Donations

15th March Leg 4

Truro Lemon Quay 9.30 for 10.30 (Support Youth
Strikers) via County Hall 11.00 for 12.00 Midday to St Austell

St Austell Quaker
Friends Meeting House

(QFMH)

SB/BR Simple Food by
Quakers

Local swimming pool
close by for relax and exercise and hopefully hot showers.
Overnight laundry service

Les H
Donations

16th March Leg 5

St Austell QFMH then in the town centre to
Lostwithiel 9.30 for 10.00

Scout Hut Lostwithiel + other spaces in houses
in town

SB/BR Food etc. Rosie, Mary, Phoebe arr. but
need to check with Rosie
Donations

17th March Leg 6

Lostwithiel to
Liskeard 9.30 for 10.00

Town Centre

Various places around Liskeard

SB/BR houses and floor spaces possible camping
depending on numbers. Erika, Margarita, Lilli, Ele

Donations

18th March Leg 7

Liskeard Town Centre to Callington 9.30 for
10.00

“ “ “
“ or Calstock Village Hall (tbc)

SB/BR Rebecca: Meal in Calstock Hall Pub across
the road + transport to Leg 8 start in the morning. Not sure about
costs/Donations

19th March Leg 8

Callington Town Centre to Tavistock 9.30 for
10.00

Tavistock houses and/or QFMH Floor spaces maybe
some beds!!

SB/BR Erika welcome
tea and food

Donations

20th March Leg 9

Tavistock Town Centre to Princetown 10.00 for
10.30

Bunkhouse at The
Pris Plume of Feathers

SB/BR Pub food Please let Paul Sousek know if
you’re going to stay there. I think that XR will cover the
costs here.
Donations

21st March Leg 10

Princetown to Moretonhampstead 9.30 for 10.00

Various houses around the town

SB/BR Rachel B still in process of setting
things up for us.
Donations

22nd March Leg 11

Moretonhampstead to Exeter Town Centre at 9.30
for 10.00

A big Exeter welcome awaits us here with food,
places to stay and our loving Quaker Friends

SB/BR Mary, Imogen and many others. Promised a
good send off in the morning too. Hope that there’s some scope
for action in the City Centre!!

23rd March Leg 12

Exeter Cathedral to Aylesbeare 9.30 for 11.00

Big send off and
hopefully more Rebels. Aylesbeare camping with 2x yurts at centre
of hub. One has a stove. Cooking for ourselves by a group of
willing hands.

SB/BR Shared kitty
for supper and breakfast. Cooking group going on ahead to shop,
set fires and prepare meal. Others to wash up!! Music and
celebration around the fire (possibly our first on Earth March) or
in one of the yurts if it’s wet!! Cosy!

Mike
Donations

24th March Leg 13

Aylesbeare to
Honiton

Pack down and set off when ready but by 10.00
or as campsite requires

Camping with 2x yurts at centre of hub. One has
a stove. Cooking for ourselves by a group of willing hands.

Leave the site safe
and secure after fire etc.

SB/BR some tents and
shared yurts. Shared kitty for supper and breakfast. Cooking group
going on ahead to shop, set fire and prepare meal. Others to wash
up. Enjoy the community space and sleeping on The Land.

Mike
Donations

25th
March Leg 14

See maps 14 and 14a on FB XR Earth March: March
For Life, Cornwall Topic.

Honiton to Alpine
Grove Touring Park via Chard Centre

Set off when ready but by 10.00 or as campsite
requires

Wood cabins/ camping at Alpine Touring Park
and/or space at a house a little further on. Electric
vehicle/minibus transfer from Chard or a bit of extra walking if
you would like (see map 14a as indicated)

We may have food
prepared for us at this wonderful destination, must double check;
if not, food will be based on the same arrangements as prev. two
nights will know as we get closer. Need to supply numbers to
Support (below) asap re accom and transport

SB/BR some tents

Caroline and Serena
Donations

26th March Leg 15

Alpine Grove Touring Park to Tinker’s Bubble
Set off 10.00 am

Various covered shelter, some camping and a
meal prepared for us

SB/BR some tents
maybe

Pedro, Serena and Caroline

27th March Leg 16

Tinker’s Bubble to
Sandford Ortis

Set Off 10.00

Opportunities in Yeovil. Let’s get busy
Rebels

Camping with 2x yurts at centre of hub. One has
a stove. Cooking for ourselves by a group of willing hands.

Leave the site safe
and secure after fire etc.

SB/BR some tents and
shared yurts. Shared kitty for supper and breakfast. Cooking group
going on ahead to shop, set fire and prepare meal. Others to wash
up. Enjoy the community space and sleeping on The Land.

Mike
Donations

28th March Leg 17

Sandford Ortis to
Bruton

Set off when ready but by 10.00 or as campsite
requires

Camping with 2x yurts at centre of hub. One has
a stove. Cooking for ourselves by a group of willing hands.

Leave the site safe
and secure after fire etc.

SB/BR some tents and
shared yurts. Shared kitty for supper and breakfast. Cooking group
going on ahead to shop, set fire and prepare meal. Others to wash
up. Enjoy the community space and sleeping on The Land.

Pedro Mike
Donations

DATE AND LEG NUMBER

FROM/TO GATHER AND SET OFF

ACCOMMODATION

NOTES

29th March Leg 18

Bruton to Frome
(Vallis Campsite) This is quite a long Leg but there is a train to
Frome if you want to take that option.

Core Earth March will be on foot.

Camping with 2x
yurts at centre of hub. One has a stove. Cooking for ourselves by
a group of willing hands.

Staying here for two nights

Leave the site safe
and secure after fire etc.

SB/BR some tents and
shared yurts. Shared kitty for supper and breakfast. Cooking group
going on ahead to shop, set fire and prepare meal. Others to wash
up. Enjoy the community space and sleeping on The Land.

Pedro, Mike and Cordelia
Donations Donations

31st March Leg 19

Vallis Veg Campsite
9.00 into Frome. Gather in centre of town ready for 11.00 am set
off to Bradford-on-Avon where Cornwall Earth March will be

linking up with Bath XR and they will have
similar details to those provided in this table!!

Camping with 2x yurts at centre of hub. One has
a stove. Cooking for ourselves by a group of willing hands.

Leave the site safe
and secure after fire etc.

SB/BR some tents and
shared yurts. Shared kitty for supper and breakfast. Cooking group
going on ahead to shop, set fire and prepare meal. Others to wash
up. Enjoy the community space and sleeping on The Land.

Pedro Mike
Donations

This is as accurate as
possible at this stage: subject to change as support and individuals’
needs arise. It is a guideline created by individuals for
individuals.

Please look after
yourselves and take care of one another. Love and Blessings and may
Gaia walk with you, Blessed Be