Kernow Petanque

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Trengilly boules terrain back in play

After several years with little or no play, the petanque piste at the Trengilly Wartha Inn, near Constantine, has been refurbished and is now very definitely back in use.

The terrain had become very overgrown and was used more by the pony stabled beside it than by boules players! Recently, however, Kernow Petanque President Pete Lynas, who originally built the facility (including the massive stone wall along one side), has put a lot of work into clearing vegetation and making it playable again.

It's a nicely challenging surface, with a variable slope from side to side, some humps and bumps and hard and soft spots.It's located in a peaceful spot in the woods behind the pub.

The Trengilly Wartha Inn (postcode TR11 5RP) is well known for its food and beer and tucked away in beautiful surroundings at Nancenoy, just south of Constantine village and close to the Helford river. Just right for a boules safari!


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