Walk One – 22nd-24th June: Looe to Gorran Haven (via Polperro and Fowey) – with events at Looe harbour, Polperro Museum with Bill Cowan, The King of Prussia in Fowey, the Coast Path Cafe in Gorran Haven and the Kneehigh Barns.
Walk Two – 28th-30th July: Padstow to Launceston (via Rock, Port Isaac and Boscastle) – with events at Padstow harbour, with Fisherman’s Friends at The Golden Lion at Port Isaac and at Charles Causley’s house in Launceston.
Walk Three – 19th-22nd August: Mousehole to the Asylum (via St. Just, Hayle, Redruth and Perranporth) – with events at Mousehole harbour, the Royal British Legion in St. Just, with Stamp & Go at The Seiners in Perranporth and the ‘So Good at Love’ event at the Asylum.
Then, on 6th October, Anna performed alongside Rick Williams at the Charles Causley Society’s celebration of National Poetry Day in Launceston.
The walks were live-tweeted, with snippets of stories and information about events posted to Facebook. Brett Harvey also made films (‘moving postcards’ of stories that Anna wrote during her walks last and this year) to advertise each of the walks across social media –
‘Wet’, ‘Looe Boots’ and ‘The 504 to Tintagel’
A small pamphlet of stories from last year’s walks was given to those we met on the walks, and is also available to buy online.