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A Pilgrimage of War and Words – A5 Version

Side fold booklet

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As the centenary approaches Robin Moore visits the battlefields of The Great War

The Cornish Pilgrimage – A5 Version

Side fold booklet

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The Cornish Pilgrimage Walk, comprised of 9 sections provides a discovery trail of this ancient and modern kingdom.

The Gwennap Guide Volume 2 – A5 Version

Side fold booklet
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Enjoy the Gwennap section of the Cornish Pilgrimage Walk which a century ago was the richest few square miles in the world.

The Garden Route – A5 Version

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Robin Moore’s travels in South Africa extend from the Waterfront in Cape Town to Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape, covering the southern tip of Africa. As with all his other walks, there was a charitable purpose to his mission: on this occasion he aimed to raise cancer awareness in Africa.

The story is based on his travels along The Garden Route which highlights some of the world’s most beautiful and amazing scenery clasped between some of the country’s prolific tourist destinations. Stretching from the ‘gateway’ of Heidelberg to the abundant waters of Tsitsikamma, the journey takes in many seascapes, the Knysna lagoon and indigenous woods dominated by imposing mountains. One can witness the transition of vast open landscape to the bustling resort life of prolific coastal towns such as the magnificent Plettenberg Bay, acclaimed to be among the most scenic locations in South Africa.

With England’s famous Barmy Army destined to arrive in Port Elizabeth around the 16th December 2004 for the test match, it was essential to complete the journey within a 10-day timescale, leaving just three days to walk the remaining 240 km on the Eastern Cape between Plettenberg Bay, Storms River and Port Elizabeth. Read how Robin responds to this phenomenal challenge and the day-to-day deadlines, appreciating the moments that make his journeys so rewarding.

 Barmy Army Australia Walk

A5 side fold booklet
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‘The Longest Walk in Ashes History’
Highlighting Robin’s trek from Queensland to Sydney during the 2010/11 Cricket Series. Walking in tropical heat, Robin encountered indigenous wildlife, hazaedous roads and long treks without water; despite being an arduous journey, the kindness of the people who gave him shelter, spurred him on to complete his goal in time to witness one of the greatest moments in cricket since the rise of England’s Barmy Army in 1995.

Portuguese Camino 28 page adventure story

A5 side fold booklet

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Walking around Southern Europe has been a difficult, yet captivating experience; each journey shows insight into a traditional way of life shaped largely by ancient customs and family values The story follows part of Robin Moore’s Pilgrimage from Portugal to Santiago in Spain.

Robin Moore’s Barmy Army Walk

A5 side fold booklet


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Buy NowThis part of Robin Moore’s epic walk of the British Isles follows the Barmy Army’s Cricket Road Show of 2008, dedicated to ‘ A Chance to Shine’ and Cancer Charities. Setting off from Land’s End, Robin walked the Kingdom supporting his charities by delivering leaflets, attending press interviews and spending time at cricket venues where the Barmy Army played charity games to promote youth cricket. During that time he visited over 20 counties, camping out in all weather, often when cricket was unthinkable; en route he walked the Thames Way from source, the Severn Valley and parts of the South West Way.

Robin Moore’s Great Britain Walk (vol.1) 32 Pages

 A5 side fold booklet

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The West Country – A diverse backwater that was once the envy of the world.
Setting off on a 4,000 mile journey around Great Britain , follow Robin Moore’s progress and adventures throughout the West Country and its unique coastal heritage.

Oundle Walks

A5 side fold booklet


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Authentic stone buildings and the lofty St.Peter’s Church adorn the market town of Oundle, which has grown as an idyllic centre of discovery. Eminent school buildings, museums, monastic cloisters and memorials give Oundle the look of ‘a miniature Cambridge’, where olde worlde inns and The Talbot Hotel still echo a voice from the past. The whole area is steeped in history and endowed with rich stone architecture that portrays an affluent archaic world encased in rural landscape. Stepping away from the town you will find footpaths, bridleways and riverside walks that will expose you to the Nene-dominated countryside, punctuated by charming thatched villages with traditional inns, medieval churches and ancient woodlands. There are Nature Reserves to explore and historical monuments to view, which include some poignant reminders of the region’s Royal past. Despite its great depth of history and archaic town structure it is contemporary and self-sufficient in terms of its amenities, which range from supermarkets to olde worlde inns, restaurants and a fitness centre.

Your visit to the area may simply be a retreat from city life or it could be a journey of discovery. Whatever your reason is for visiting the unspoilt countryside, it is in itself gratifying.

So come and taste our country life – you will not be disappointed!

THE WALKS

The first 2 walks have been designed for evening strolls as they offer relaxation beside the meandering River Nene as well as affording some excellent views of the valley and its surrounding focal points.

The remainder of the guide introduces the more extensive routes, which can usually be walked in all seasons, though you will need to pay attention to the timescale!

The Portreath Tramroad

A5 side fold booklet
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This booklet contains information about one of Cornwall’s most prolific tramways giving a brief historical overview of its working history, and its present day function as a leisure route for cyclists, walkers and equestrians. It also contains information about useful facilities along the way and resources for further research about Cornish mineral trails.

The Pilgrim’s Journey

A5 side fold booklet
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This booklet is a story about Robin Moore’s first pilgrimage of Cornwall, describing ancient routes and mineral trails that are a celebration of Cornish life. The purpose of the walk focused largely at raising funds for patient care, awareness of its importance, and most of all to thank the nuns for their wonderful service to Cornwall Hospice Care.

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