Author and Charity Walker

10/11/2021 My Interview on BBC Cornwall Radio with Tiffany Truscott 2 hours and 20 minutes in. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p09yzj2j

New Publications Available now on my EBOOKS page. POEMS ABOUT THE GREAT WARPresented and Written by Robin Moore during and after his walks around Europe’s WW1 Battlefields. POEMS ABOUT THE GREAT WARIncluding modified poems from The Great War Trilogy – ‘A Pilgrimage of War and Words’. Unlike the expeditions this is an historical account told […]

Follow Robin Moores walk from Gwennap Pit to Gwennap Parish Church in Cornwall.

With Spring now finally here the easing of restrictions is a welcome prospect with much to look forward to. I have a few little walks lined up and also my Pilgrimages will be supporting local charities here in Cornwall and at Oundle in the Nene Valley. Both the Cornwall and Oundle Pilgrimages offer new off-road […]

AUTUMN NEWSLETTER 2019 OVERSEAS PROJECT FUNDRAISING WALK FIGHTING SKIN CANCER ON FOOT IN NEW ZEALAND Here’s the direct link to your page: https://give.everydayhero.com/nz/figniting-cancer-on-foot Walking the Thermal Region of New Zealand for Cancer Charities. During November I hope to walk the Thermal Region of New Zealand for Skin Cancer Awareness; I will record the expedition publishing the […]

RECENT PRESENTATION AND OUNDLE PILGRIMAGE LAUNCH 2019 AT THE ROSE AND CROWN, OUNDLE   An amount in access of £1000 raised from last year’s Pilgrimage has helped three local charities; the Lions share was collected by Sue Ryder volunteers on Saturday 11th August 2018; also registration fees paid by participants went to Thorpe Hall Hospice […]

SPRING NEWSLETTER 2019 – A Pilgrimage To Santiago and Walking For Cornwall Hospice Care   WALKING FOR CORNWALL HOSPICE CARE With lighter days ahead we look forward to many walks and sponsored challenges. Having successfully negotiating our first encounter ‘The St Pirans Walk’ derived from local footpaths taking in a course around Carharrack, St Day […]

It is almost 27 years ago since I set off on an adventure walk which changed my whole life and way of thinking; in effect it enabled me to do a lot more for charity than I could ever have envisaged. Okay, I trained with the TA Parachute Regiment and occasionally ran long distances for […]

Post walk interview with COHORT and St Ives Times and Echo

This section takes in the ‘Cathedral of the Moor – the iconic Church of St Nonna at Altarnun, before ascending to the moor where it crosses Davidstow Aerodrome en route to Camelford..