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Go here for maps of Keveral's location.

What to Bring
A Tent (unless you have arranged other accommodation)
Sleeping bag / bedding (if possible, including a double sheet and pillow case if you are staying in the caravan)
Work clothes including strong shoes or boots
Wet-weather clothing
Torch
Real coffee (we only provide instant coffee)

We will meet you when you arrive, to show you where things are. Therefore, please inform us of your approximate time of arrival some days in advance, by email or text (SMS).

If you get delayed by more than one hour, please call or text to let us know.

Please arrive at least one hour before dark if you can.

Traveling by Public Transport
If traveling by train, buy your ticket to Looe (it should not be any more expensive than Liskeard), as we may be able to pick you up from Looe.
If we are not able to pick you up, or if you are traveling by coach, go to Liskeard, and then get a local bus to our nearest village, Seaton, and then walk 15 minutes to Keveral.
If you will miss the last bus to Seaton, or if you arrive on a Sunday, we will pick you up from Looe (train from Liskeard).
Public Transport info

Walking up from Seaton (if you have traveled by bus, or are cycling from the east)
Please see: Walk from Seaton to Keveral

Traveling by car / taxi, or cycling from the west
Driving to Keveral


The lane is in poor condition, but this is not a problem if you drive slowly. The first house you come to is our neighbour's house on the right (do not park here!). 50m beyond this is our farmhouse on your left, and parking on your right.

When you arrive, please call your host (they will probably not be in the house).
The Visitor's Barn is the stone barn over to your right, with green-painted wooden doors. You may find other volunteers there, and you can wait there for your host to arrive.
If you cannot get hold of your host, and there are no other volunteers to help you, go to the house, introduce yourself, and someone should be able to help you find your host.


If you have any other questions, please ask.

Oak: 07772 155967
Lambrini: 07919 460380
Mark: 07528 432490


Keveral Farm
Looe, Cornwall
PL13 1PA


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