Walk & Make
A walk and workshop led by Kate Temple

Saturday 30 April 

We will meet at 11am at the Three Villages Cafe, Main Street, Penpont DG3 4BP  

No creative experience necessary

Suitable for all ages but please note the walking distance and terrain
£3 per adult (children are free)

Kate has developed this walk with the Tracks & Trails community group of Keir, Penpont and Tynron Development Trust 

The walk will take approximately 3 hours, ending back at the Three Villages Cafe, Penpont at approximately 2.30pm

All materials provided  

We will stop regularly for rests and activities. Please bring a packed lunch with you as we will have a lunch stop along the way

Parking: in Penpont village

The walk will end back at the Three Villages Community Cafe where we will continue the creative activities and enjoy some well-earned refreshments. If you can’t join us for the walk, but are interested to come along, please join us at the cafe and try the creative activities too!

This spring, artist Kate Temple will lead the first in a number of short distance creative walks around Cample and in nearby local communities. Between April and September, we will undertake creative walks of varying lengths and follow routes to suit different abilities

For this first walk, Kate will guide participants through a range of creative processes that will use things found along the walk, and there will be opportunities to try some simple foraging and arranging activities, using our finds to try hapa zome (leaf-tapping), frottage (rubbings) and cyanotype (photographic printing process)

Many of us walk regularly, but don’t always have the chance to slow down or be creative outdoors. This walking workshop will give the opportunity to connect to our surroundings in different ways, learning how to be creative with what is all around us. 

We will be following a section of the route of Core Path 73, which you can view here 

The route of Walk and Make will be approximately 3.5 miles

If you have any questions about the route, or if you would like a walking companion, please be in touch with us by email: info@campleline.org.uk

Please note that we will be walking on unmade paths in places across fields with livestock. For this reason we ask that dogs do not join us for the walk

The route is often uneven underfoot and can be boggy walking in wet weather. There is access onto a public road, a number of gates and an ascent and descent along the route