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FREE COPY of "The Copper Trail" Book
WITH EVERY BOOKS ORDER!
Written by Mark Camp       (Retail price 4.95)

The Copper Trail is a new 60 mile circumnavigation around the whole of Bodmin Moor, and with its varied and dramatic scenery, is Cornwall's answer to the Pennine Way! The book contains detailed information on the route itself, and there is also a wealth of additional local and historical information along the way. The route's attractions include some of Cornwall's finest scenery, natural features such as Golitha Falls, plus many pretty moorland villages and ancient archaeological sites. The name "Copper Trail" came about because of the great number of abandoned copper mines passed along the route.

"An Introduction to Bodmin Moor"
written by Mark Camp

"You do not have to go far to find treasures on Bodmin Moor. Everywhere you look there are prehistoric remains; moorland streams tumble over granite boulders and under medieval bridges, gaunt engine houses, abandoned by Victorian miners, stand sentinel over the moor's edge. Heather and gorse paint the moorland purple and gold respectively." So writes Mark in his introduction to this excellent book. This is not a walking guide - though all the sites featured have Ordnance Survey grid references, and are also shown on a map in the book - and the idea is to go out and enjoy the moor, and search out the places featured for yourself.

Price 5-50 (+Postage/Packing as below); payment by cheque or PayPal 

Around & About Minions & Siblyback Lake - Yellow Walk Map"Map Around & About Minions & Siblyback Lake"
A Yellow Walks Map from Yellow Publications - Scale a great 4" to the Mile!

An excellent little fold-out laminated and weather-proof local walking and cycling map, showing the Minions and Siblyback Lake area in even better scale than the OS Explorer Map that it has been reproduced from (scaled at 4" to the mile instead of 2.5" to the mile). Easy to read, easy to hold, and easy to fold! The map fits easily in a pocket, and even includes a handy Scale Ruler showing both distance in miles, and time in minutes at Strolling, Moderate, and Brisk Pace.

Price 3-60 (+Postage/Packing as below); payment by cheque or PayPal

Bodmin Moor on Foot - The Southern Moors"Moors, Hills and Tors - Bodmin Moor on Foot"
Volume 1: The Southern Moors - Written by Peter Moore 3 SIGNED LEFT

New out in 2013, this is a very informative and well written guide to the wild and beautiful southern areas of Bodmin Moor that can all be easily accessed on foot. Bodmin Moor is the highest and largest of Cornwall's granite uplands, and the aim of this book is to encourage both visitors and locals alike to explore this unique part of Cornwall and to appreciate all that it has to offer. The book is full of colour photographs, maps to guide you on foot, grid references and directions, and loads of useful information, history, and details about the landscape all around you. A must-have guide to the Southern half of Bodmin Moor!

Price 9-50 (+Postage/Packing as below); payment by cheque or PayPal

Bodmin Moor on Foot - The Northern Moors"Moors, Hills and Tors - Bodmin Moor on Foot"
Volume 2: The Northern Moors - Written by Peter Moore

Newly released in 2014, The Northern Moors is the companion to the previous volume, and is an equally informative and well written guide to the beautifully rugged northern areas of Bodmin Moor, that can also all be easily accessed on foot. Bodmin Moor is rich in antiquities, and is a wild and beautiful place with craggy tors, rolling uplands and deep valleys. Again, this book is full of colour photographs, maps to guide you on foot, grid references and directions, and loads of useful information, history, and details about the landscape all around you. An equally must-have guide to the Northern half of Bodmin Moor!

Price 9-50 (+Postage/Packing as below); payment by cheque or PayPal

The Minions Moor - Peter Stanier"The Minions Moor" - NEW STOCKS NOW IN
Written by Peter Stanier

This excellent book has been re-issued with many colour photographs, and is a fully detailed guide to the most popular and accessible part of Cornwall's granite heartland of Bodmin Moor. The area is both fascinating and varied - with rocky tors, stone circles, cairns, hut circles, carved stones, granite quarries, tin and copper mines, railways and viewpoints. There are four guided walks, and extensive sections and photographs on the landscape, archaeology, and industrial heritage of the area, including the methods used in quarrying and mining. (Minions is just five minutes drive away up on the top of the Moor from Redgate Smithy).

Price 7-50 (+Postage/Packing as below); payment by cheque or PayPal

Rambles from the Railway"Rambles from the Railway - Looe Valley Line"
Written by Mark Camp

New out for 2014 - immerse yourself in the tranquillity of the Looe Valley Line with this new book by Mark Camp, and sample nine self-guided walks from the idyllic stations along the scenic Looe Valley Line that runs between Liskeard and Looe. Leave the car behind, take the train, and departing  from a station deep in the Cornish countryside, walk and explore a selection of tried and tested routes through a landscape rich in history and beauty. The line originally joined with the Liskeard & Caradon Railway, linking Bodmin Moor with the coast. The book is illustrated throughout, including high quality maps to help you explore the area.

Price 4-50 (+Postage/Packing as below); payment by cheque or PayPal

The Smuuglers' Way"The Smugglers' Way" - SORRY, SOLD OUT
written by Frank Squibb

This is an excellent 37 mile walk that traverses the very centre of the moor, and explores the heights of Rough Tor and Brown Willy. The Smugglers' Way is a Cornish "Coast to Coast" route from Boscastle to Looe, that can be followed in either direction, and in Frank's words, "The route links two harbours renowned for their smuggling connections... I'd discovered a rich tapestry of Cornwall's finest scenery - sun-dappled stretches beside tranquil rivers, the lonely heights of Bodmin Moor, ancient bridges, sleepy hamlets and quiet bylanes."
                  See the Smugglers Way website on Encounter Walking for further information.

Price 1-50 (+Postage/Packing as below); payment by cheque or PayPal

Six Walks on and around Bodmin Moor Volume 1"Six Walks on and around Bodmin Moor Vol. 1"
Written by Mark Camp

The intention with these three walk books was to create a walk in each of the eighteen parishes on Bodmin Moor. The routes taken in the walks show off the rich and varied landscapes of Bodmin Moor, and you are navigated through high moorland as well as wooded valleys and gentle farmland, with illustrated maps to guide you round. "Six Walks on and around Bodmin Moor Volume 1" contains walks in the parishes of: St Breward, St Clether, St Neot, Blisland, St Cleer, and North Hill (two very good walks near Redgate Smithy in St.Cleer and St.Neot parishes!)

Price 2-50 (+Postage/Packing as below); payment by cheque or PayPal

Six Walks on and around Bodmin Moor Volume 2"Six Walks on and around Bodmin Moor Vol. 2"
Written by Mark Camp   ONLY 2 LEFT!

Six more walks from six more of Bodmin Moor's parishes. Mark Camp has tried to include as much information about the archaeological and industrial history surrounding each of these walks as is possible, and as in all three books there are lots of colour photographs, and the usual illustrated maps to guide you safely round. "Six Walks on and around Bodmin Moor Volume 2" contains walks in the parishes of: Warleggan, Lewannick, Michaelstow, Pensilva/St Ive, Helland, and Advent Church (two walks/parishes not far from Redgate Smithy are Warleggan and Pensilva/St.Ive)

Price 2-50 (+Postage/Packing as below); payment by cheque or PayPal

Six Walks on and around Bodmin Moor Volume 3"Six Walks on and around Bodmin Moor Vol. 3"
Written by Mark Camp

The last six walks from the last six remaining parishes, and to the same high standard. Wherever you are on the Moor, you'll never be too far away from the start of another walk! All walks are based on a circular route, and come with full directions to the start/finish, plus locations of local pubs, shops and post offices, and public conveniences. "Six Walks on and around Bodmin Moor Volume 3" contains walks in the parishes of: St Tudy, Altarnum, Cardinham, Linkinhorne, Camelford, and Davidstow (excellent walking not far from Redgate Smithy in Linkinhorne parish!)

Price 2-50 (+Postage/Packing as below); payment by cheque or PayPal

"Bodmin Moor - Landscapes & Legends"
Written by Best of Bodmin Moor

"Stand beside Dozmary Pool in the twilight, and you might feel the spirit of King Arthur rising in with mist. It was here, according to legend, that faithful Sir Bedevere returned the sword Excalibur to the Lady in the Lake, and stories of the mythical King have been associated with the moor for centuries." This booklet is a mine of information about the landscape and wildlife, archaeological heritage, legends and literature of Bodmin Moor, together with a very useful map of Bodmin Moor.

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"Bodmin Moor - 400 million years in the making"
Written by John Macadam

This free booklet is an excellent introduction to Bodmin Moor, with its rich landscape heritage, its geology, natural history and wildlife; together with its Neolithic settlements and its more recent industrial Cornish Mining heritage - indeed, the Caradon and Minions area is now a World Heritage Site. Bodmin Moor is a fragile area that needs looking after, and it is still very much a working environment, where the welfare of livestock and land both need full consideration when exploring it. This short guide will give you an appreciation of this beautiful landscape. It is available in English  French  German  Spanish and Dutch

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"Cornwall Search & Rescue - Moorland Safety"
Written by Cornwall SAR

A very useful guide from the Cornwall Search and Rescue Team about safety when you go up on Bodmin Moor, or other moorland areas in Cornwall. Includes straight-forward and sensible guidance on where to get weather information, planning, clothing, footwear, equipment, and what to take with you - even food and drink! Also what to do in an emergency.

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"South East Cornwall - Visitor Map & Guide"
Written and published by the Gateway to Cornwall Partnership

Discover more about the rich heritage of South East Cornwall with this Visitor Map and Guide; use it to visit former mining sites, attractive country houses, beautiful gardens, ancient monuments, historic buildings or one of the area's museums. Follow one of the many walking routes in the area, including the stunning Southwest Coast Path, trails around the Tamar Valley or a walk on the open
ruggedness of Bodmin Moor. Yours to explore. Published by the Gateway to Cornwall Partnership.

FREE DOWNLOAD - or click on the booklet above

"South East Cornwall - Map only"
Written and published by the Gateway to Cornwall Partnership

Download the Visitor Map only from the full Visitor Map and Guide shown above. A great handy reference for your pocket!

 

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"The Camel Trail - Code of Conduct & Map"
Written by The Camel Trail Partnership

The Camel Trail is an 18 mile mainly traffic free route based on an historic railway track. The Padstow to Wadebridge line was opened in 1899 providing access from Waterloo via Okehampton and
Launceston, but the section from Wadebridge to Poley's Bridge is one of the oldest in the world and was opened in 1834. Initially it was intended to bring sea sand from the estuary to farms inland.
Bodmin through to Wadebridge was connected to the mainline system and operated until 1967, whilst the line between Bodmin and Poley's Bridge, which was only ever used for freight, closed in 1984.

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CONTACT AND ORDERING DETAILS
Please email your order requirements to us in the first instance at books@photofilecornwall.co.uk, detailing which books you are interested in. We will then confirm, and provide you with an invoice for payment.

Cost is as given for each book, plus postage and packing as follows:

Postage & Packing to UK is +1.50 for one book ordered (inc. free Copper Trail), or +2.80 for two or more books.

For deliveries outside of the UK, please contact us for feasibility and postage and packing costs.

Acceptance MarkPayment is by UK Cheque (GBP Sterling payable to "Clive ffitch"), PayPal or BACS (please email your order, and we will then send you a PayPal Invoice/BACS details).

If you have any enquiry relating to the purchase of any of the above books from PhotoFile Cornwall, or indeed wish to place an order, then please contact:

Clive ffitch, PhotoFile Cornwall,
Redgate Smithy, Redgate, St.Cleer, Liskeard, Cornwall PL14 6RU
Telephone: +44 (0) 1579 321578  or
Email: books@photofilecornwall.co.uk

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