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  Led by local historian Tony Farrell BA


Two and a half to three hour tour


This walk begins at the Guildhall / Tourist Information Centre at 11am and takes a circular route covering approximately 4 miles and exploring the countryside on the outskirts of St.Ives.  Walkers will visit Knill’s Monument on Worvas Hill, and examine evidence of  opencast tin mining from the Medieval period.  The route will also cover part of the Pilgrims’ trail now known as St.Michael’s Way.  Halsetown village will be visited and its interesting origins explained and the return leg will include part of the Coastal Footpath back to St.Ives.


Cost: £8.00 per person

Pre-booking required.





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St.Ives Walks 2017