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 "A Railway, a Port and a New Town"

Walk 4 Devoran

Start Point: Devoran Village Hall

Distance: 3.6 Miles

Refreshments: The Old Quay Inn

The fourth of the Feock Parish Roundwalks, begins in the picturesque village of Devoran, and weaves it's way along the waterfront. 

The route is generally along wide paths and quiet roadways, with one steep hill section around the mid-way point.

Approximate walk time: 1.5 to 2 hours

"A Railway, a Port and a New Town" starts at Devoran Village hall, visiting Devoran Quay, the Old Tram Road, Tallack's Creek, Higher Devoran, Mid Devoran and Market Street, before returning to the Village Hall. Directions are found in our Leaflet.

The Feock Trails aim to embrace our local heritage. Along the walks, you can access further information on an area by scanning one of the many Feock Trail signs. All our articles can be explored directly on our website by visiting QR: Explore the Past​

On this walk the following articles may be of particular interest:

The Redruth to Chasewater Railway

Devoran Regatta in the Victorian Era

Devoran Quay

The Lobb Brothers

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