The G7 Summit is being held in Carbis Bay, Cornwall in the second weekend of June. But, even before the event begins, CCA will be in action, joining with other interest groups on a 38 mile Pilgrimage to Carbis Bay. The route is based on a section of the Celtic Way.
Tuesday 8th June, 10.00am
Pilgrims will set off from Newquay Fistral Beach. It’s a 12 mile walk to Perranporth, so make sure you’re trained up in advance!
Wednesday 9th June
Perranporth to Porthtowan. 9 miles.
Thursday 10th June
Porthtowan to Gwithian. 9 miles.
Friday 11th June
Gwithian to Carbis Bay. 8 miles.
You can organise your own accommodation at the end of each day, or join us in bunkhouse/
campsite accommodation. If you can’t walk the whole Pilgrimage, come for part of the walk, or join us at evening camps. Pilgrims joining us for part of the walk are particularly encouraged to join the last leg on Friday 11th as we approach Carbis Bay.
Get fit, enjoy fabulous coastal views, great fellowship and let G7 leaders know we are coming!
Join the Pilgrimage: please complete and submit our registration form.
Let others know. Share our Pilgrimage Information Leaflet with anyone you think might be interested.
Once at Carbis Bay, walkers are invited to join in CCA’s wider presence and activity during the G7 Summit weekend. Full details about the Summit, why it’s important and CCA plans for the weekend can be found here.