This weekend marked the 40th anniversary of the Bodmin Lions Ten Tors walking event. A big thank you to the amazing Team St Petrocs who all completed the challenge while raising vital funds to support people experiencing homelessness in Cornwall.

The walk is quite a strenuous one covering approximately 13 miles over moorland terrain taking in the highest ground in Cornwall, Brown Willy and Roughtor, but our team of St Petrocs hikers were up for the challenge!

The Kings Coronation happened to fall on the weekend of this year’s event and so the St Petrocs team lunched in celebration and created an alfresco Coronation Big Lunch atop Brown Willy, Cornwall's highest point. Our fundraisers gathered for their lunch, with tea, sandwiches, snacks, and of course the bunting!

Henry Meacock, Chief Executive who also took part said 'It was fantastic for St Petrocs to be part of the 40th Bodmin Ten Tors walk organised by the Lions club.  As always, it was extremely well run and supported.  We were lucky with bright weather on the day which made some of the views along the route spectacular..  Thank you to everyone who helped organise it, to everyone who walked it in support of St Petrocs and other local charities and those who turned out and clapped us over the finish line.'