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‘Charlotte Dymond’ Field Trip/Walk, with Jane Nancarrow


Charlotte Dymond Field Trip/Walk, with Jane Nancarrow

Date:                 Thursday June 1st

Time:                 10.00am – 3.00pm (n.b.: duration approximately 3 hours)

Venue:              Minibus leaves from the Westgate Street coach park, Launceston (across the road from the multistory car-park entrance, and behind the Town Hall: no. 3 on the Festival venues map )

Ticket price: £10.00 (includes transport, and tea at Altarnun – bring your own lunch, and suitable clothes/shoes)

Disabled access: Access to the Charlotte Dymond monument from the car park is not far, but is across rough terrain and not suitable for wheelchairs

[Please note: all the seats for this trip have now been SOLD OUT .]


Follow in the footsteps of Charlotte Dymond, supposedly brutally murdered by her lover on Bodmin Moor.

Author Jane Nancarrow will take you to Roughtor, the scene of the murder, and to Davidstow Church where she is buried. Listen to Charles Causley’s ‘The Ballad of Charlotte Dymond’ and other readings by Jane.

Bring your own picnic for lunch, and stop off at the Terre Verte Gallery in Altarnun on return, for an afternoon cup of tea.

Please bring suitable clothes and shoes for walking.

Please also note : the distance from the car park to the Charlotte Dymond monument is not far, but is across rough terrain and not suitable for wheelchairs.

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