Artist: Andy Scott "The Kelpies" are 30 metre-high horse head sculptures, standing next to the Forth and Clyde Canal in Falkirk, Scotland. (The kelpie was a mythical magic horse, dwelling in marshes, that allowed itself to be ridden in order to drown the
GWENNAP PIT: 'An open air amphitheatre, near Redruth in Cornwall, made famous by John Wesley, the founder of Methodism. Possibly a hollow created by mining activities, it has remarkable acoustic properties. It became the favourite open air preaching place
Another pub on the North Cornish Coast well worth the very short detour from the South West Coast Path. The Century 'Driftwood Spars', St Agnes, just above Trevaunance Cove. Both Real Ale & Real Ciders are available to the thirsty walker.