West Cornwall Coastal Exploration Day 2 - FULLY BOOKED

03 November 2019

09:30 - 17:30

Godrevy lighthouse
Off the B3301
Near Camborne
United Kingdom
TR27 5ED

Group Member£25.00 
RPS Member£55.00 
Non RPS Member£68.00 
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On day two we will be exploring some well-known locations such as Godrevy Lighthouse and Botallack mines, as well as lesser known beaches. There will be opportunities to shoot large vistas, use long exposure techniques (assistance available) and to explore the intimate landscape.

 

To ensure you get to the correct place please use the co-ordinates, rather than the postcode.

 

Godrevy lighthouse 9:30

Parking at 50.235743 -5.392080

Do not park in the main car park but continue along the road until a parking area just before some barriers.

We will be shooting here at high tide so it is important to be wary of waves breaking over the rocks and to ensure you have an escape route to the south at all times. Shooting off the cliff tops is possible but the views are better from the beach.

 

Depart for Botallack mines 11:30

Parking at 50.142846 -5.6907525 Postcode TR19 7QG

Here we will be shooting images of the old mining buildings. The walking is fairly easy but the views are from high exposed cliffs.

 

Depart for Porth Nanven 14:30

Parking at 50.118935 -5.699589 Postcode TR19 7NT

Sunset shoot off the beach and rock structures. The beach is covered in large boulders. It is a short walk from the car to the beach but the beach is not easy to move over.

 

Maximum participants : 5

Meals : please bring a packed lunch.

Clothing and equipment : warm and waterproof clothing.

Challenges and accessibility : the locations involve walks over rocky terrain and shooting from very high cliffs as well as scrambling on boulders on the beach. The locations are not suitable for those with mobility restrictions or a fear of heights.

Toilet facilities : None.

Cancellation policy

Cancellation by You If you wish to cancel your booking PLEASE let the event leader know with as much notice as possible. If nothing else, this can avoid them delaying the start of the event while they wait for you. If you have paid for an event, please note that this fee/ticket price is non-refundable unless we are able to sell your place to somebody else. You are welcome to sell your place yourself but, again, PLEASE notify the event leader in advance of any change. Cancellation by us Event leaders are asked to make plans for alternative activities or locations in the case of poor weather, however, this is not always possible and occasionally an event may be cancelled for this or other reason beyond RPS’s control. If this occurs we will give you as much notice as we are able and any payment by you to the RPS in respect of the event offered as a full refund. Please note we are not be able to refund any associated or consequential costs including but not limited to travel, accommodation, insurance premium or other costs incurred by you in order to attend the event.

Richard Ellis
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Region: South West, The RPS JournalGroup(s): Landscape