The Beach Labyrinth in Falmouth will take place this year for one day only in August: Thursday 13th August – 10am-4pm – Gyllyngvase Beach People are required to dig the labyrinth and/or spend some time talking to the public. Please come along and join this very worthwhile venture. Contact Tony Thomas, 01326 311907.
Here are the dates where you can catch Beach Labyrinths on other beaches in Cornwall this summer:
Friday 7th August – Summerleaze, Bude
Monday 10th August – Perranuthnoe
Tuesday 11th August – Par
Friday 14th August – Portwrinkle
Saturday 15th August – Poldhu Cove
Monday 17th August – Polzeath See you on the sand!
After the final day of labyrinths at Southport, the tide partially submerged the labyrinth before retreating, leaving the actual path under water. This was how it looked from the pier the following morning revealing this Celtic Cross style pattern:
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