18th July, 2023

Bere Ferrers and Tamara Way history walk

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This Sunday (23 July) join ‘Walks with History’ and the Tamara Landscape Partnership on a history walking tour of Bere Ferrers village and explore a short section of the brand new Tamara Way long distance footpath.

This will be followed by a visit to the Tamar Belle Visitor Centre based in the old goods yard of Bere Ferrers railway station. There is also the option of joining for a cream tea* in a beautifully restored railway dining carriage.

Times and details
Meet at Plymouth railway station at 10.45 (train departs 11.10) or at Bere Ferrers railway station at 11.30.

The walk is 3 miles long on an undulating route with short uphill or downhill sections. It includes rough footpaths and there may be muddy sections in places so sensible walking shoes are a must. Please also come prepared for the weather.

The train back from Bere Ferrers departs at 16.36, arriving into Plymouth at 16.56.

The walk is free other than the rail fare to get to Bere Ferrers – £6.20 Off-Peak Day Return, or £4.05 with the GroupSave discount. The price of the cream tea is £6.00 per person. A joint train & tea ticket is £10.00.

If you would like to join the walk please email: walkswithhistory@gmail.com

*Cream Teas must be booked in advance – please contact the above email address for details.

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