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THE WENFORD DRIERS: Cornwall. 'Used to dry china clay that was piped as a slurry from Stannon Moor and then loaded onto trains to Padstow (now the Camel Trail)' ✫ღ⊰n

Delford Bridge, a granite clapper bridge, also known as Delfy Bridge and Delfy ford is built over the De Lank River, near St Breward. A Clapper bridge is a Saxon word, cleaca, meaning 'bridging the stepping stones' and is so named because it is formed by using huge altar like slabs of granite supported on stone pillars - One of the finest examples of clapper bridges to be found in Cornwall

iWalk Blisland and Pendrift Downs - a circular walk from Blisland through the De Lank granite quarry, used for many famous buildings including Royal Opera House, between the moss-covered boulders and trees of the De Lank river valley and across the Pendrift Downs, passing Jubilee Rock - a huge granite boulder, decorated with carvings - 4.3 miles - moderate-strenuous - http://iwkc.co.uk/wa/16. Photos on the route: https://www.pinterest.com/iwalkcornwall/iwalk-blisland-and-pendrift-downs/

iWalk Blisland to Lavethan Wood - a short circular walk from the village of Blisland through the churchyard, two stretches of the Woodland Trust reserve of Lavethan Wood and land which was once the estates of Lavethan and Barlandew manors, returning via the Holy Well - 2.2 miles - easy-moderate - http://iwkc.co.uk/wa/109. Photos on the route: http://www.pinterest.com/iwalkcornwall/iwalk-blisland-to-lavethan-wood/

iWalk Blisland to Newton Downs - a circular walk from Blisland through Waterloo and across the Trehudreth Downs with panoramic views of Bodmin Moor, returning via the moorland brooks and downs of Newton and Metherin - 4.3 miles - moderate - http://iwkc.co.uk/wa/31. Photos on the route: https://www.pinterest.com/iwalkcornwall/iwalk-blisland-to-newton-downs/

iWalk St Neot Two Valleys - a circular walk from St Neot though the valley of the River Loveny, past a prehistoric settlement, through bluebell woodland and along the River Fowey, and returning via the church, famous for its mediaeval stained glass - 5.1 miles - moderate-strenuous - http://iwkc.co.uk/wa/139. Photos on the route: https://www.pinterest.com/iwalkcornwall/iwalk-st-neot-two-valleys/

iWalk Werrington to Bridgetown - a circular walk through two tributary valleys of the River Tamar in a parish that was borrowed by Devon for 800 years, passing the remains of the wharf at the furthest reaches of the Bude Canal - 4.2 miles - moderate - http://iwkc.co.uk/wa/182. Photos on the route: https://www.pinterest.com/iwalkcornwall/iwalk-werrington-to-bridgetown/

iWalk Ladock Woods - a circular walk from the woodland of The Duchy to the Holy Well of St Ladock in the river valley where in 1802 a gold nugget was found that contained enough gold to make an elegant necklace which is now in Truro museum - 4.7 miles - moderate - http://iwkc.co.uk/wa/219. Photos on the route: https://www.pinterest.com/iwalkcornwall/iwalk-ladock-woods/