Over 90 WI members and friends met on a fabulous day in late July in Charlestown. The group started at Cuddra WI Hall, with a welcome cuppa. They then set off on a guided walk to Charlestown, stopping off at the lovely church en route, where they heard a fascinating talk by Julia Keep, Cuddra WI President, who is also church warden.
Then down they went to the picturesque harbour and the tall ships. They were led by Jean Miller who guided and talked brilliantly, and were stewarded by members of CFWI’s Environment & Public Affairs sub-committee, who kept them all on the straight and narrow.
There was then bags of time for a leisurely stroll in the sun and lunch, plus a sample of “Cornish Lust”(a creamy alcoholic drink), before heading back to Cuddra WI Hall for a well-earned cream tea.
The members all drove home tired and happy, full of cream tea and knowing a lot more about a truly lovely place. Huge thanks to Jean Miller, and to Julia Keep and her wonderful members at Cuddra WI for a great day.
This was the latest in the “Take a Town” series of walks organised by the Environment & Public Affairs sub-committee.
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