(image description: a vibrant blue seascape meets a sun-scorched grassy coastline at a distant beach. The waves are calm and the sky is a pale blue. A single figure sits in the long grass just off an earth track that leads down toward the beach)
On the West side of the Lizard Peninsula there are rich series of distinctive coves and beaches that meet with the clear Cornish waters of the Celtic Sea. We will spend our time in coves and beaches with ancient rock formations, seascapes and coastal grasslands. Please have a look at the What To Expect page for more information on the general format of a Kinship Workshop.
This is a 4-day workshop running from Thursday (arrival day) to Sunday (departure at 4pm).
ACCESS: With a possibility to stay either at a local campsite or more independently in private accommodation, we will meet each day and walk the 30-45 minute path to the coast from which we will visit various coastal sites.
Throughout the workshop, we’ll be using uneven gravel and earth tracks as well as going off track completely. We will hike between sites walking up to about 50minutes at a time.
LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE
SCHEDULE: Arrival Thursday afternoon, 10am-5pm each day Friday to Sunday (ending 4pm Sunday).
WORKSHOP FEE: This is a 4-day workshop with a tiered fee based on annual income. Please add the appropriate Price Category code to the BOOKING FORM from the table below.
ACCOMMODATION: camping at Tenerife Farm Campsite or self-organised local Bed & Breakfast/ Air Bnb. Advance booking essential.
TRAVEL: By car or by public transport (The nearest stations are at Redruth, Penzance & Truro. Bus services are then available to Helston and onwards to Mullion which is 1.5 miles from the campsite)
A percentage from this workshop fee will be donated to APE ACTION AFRICA.