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St Martin's Church
St Martin’s Church Centre
Church Street
Liskeard
Cornwall
PL14 3AQ
Tel: 01579 347411 (Church Office)
Email: St Martin's Church 
Facebook: LiskeardPrayers
Twitter: @liskeardprayers
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1 Tintagel Church

Tintagel Church nestles on the edge of the coast, just outside the town of Tintagel. The church is dedicated to St Materiana and was built between 1080 & 1150.

2 Port Isaac

After passing Trebarwith Strand the next village is Port Isaac. Today tourism is the main activity in Port Isaac, although it still operates as a fishing village.

3 Polzeath

Polzeath is one of the best beaches in Cornwall and is about 45 minute's drive from Liskeard. It's well worth the travelling!

New Polzeath is at the bottom of the picture with Polzeath itself at the head of the beach.

4 Daymer Bay

The next beach around from Polzeath is Daymer Bay, visible here in the bottom right of the picture.

The Camel estuary runs along the bottom of the picture.

Just off the picture the 12th century St. Enodoc Church stands amongst the sand dunes behind Daymer Bay, surrounded by the links of the St. Enodoc Golf Course.

Sir John Betjeman was particularly fond of this beautiful church and was buried in the churchyard in 1994.

5 Rock

The next beach down the estuary is Rock, sometimes jokingly referred to locally as "Kensington on Sea" or "Chelsea on Sea", since Rock is said to be the home of more millionaires than any other location in Cornwall.

Across the middle of the photo is St Enodoc Golf Club.
This photo looks back up the Camel Estuary towards the sea.

The bottom right is the St Enodoc golf course, with Daymer Bay in the bottom left and Polzeath in the top right.

Running alongside the river, the Camel Trail is a 17 mile traffic free route based on an historic railway track. It starts at Blisland and goes all the way to Padstow via Bodmin and Wadebridge.

The section from Wadebridge to Padstow is particularly beautiful. Being a flat route it is easy to walk, and is suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs. You can also hire bikes from a number of centres in Wadebridge, cycle to Padstow where you can leave the bikes while you explore this active harbour town before returning back along the Camel Trail.

7 Wadebridge

The town in the bottom right of the picture is Wadebridge, with the new bridge over the River Camel.

From here we started our decent back into Bodmin airfield. A wonderful way to spend an hour!

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