IS THIS TRAIL FOR A CHRISTMAS PRESENT OR SPECIAL EVENT?
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Get creative with your own back story to set the scene of the mystery
And with a Murder Mystery themed Treasure Trail you can even change as many of the suspect images as you like with photos of loved ones
You can personalise all, or part of the Trail for just £12.99 (additional copies are £6.99)
Regulars at the town’s most popular coffee house ‘The Coffee Shop’, were stunned to hear of the death yesterday of Charlie 'Coco' Bean, the award-winning barista. He had recently introduced a new flavour of cappuccino which was proving very popular. Was he eliminated by a jealous rival? Solve the clues to uncover the guilty party and you could win a prize!
Padstow is one of the most popular locations on the North Coast of Cornwall. An attractive mediaeval town with an enchanting harbour front, it draws a huge number of visitors each year. The warren of narrow and winding back-streets creates charm and character that are unique to Padstow. Attractions include Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant, the Camel cycle path, and the Lobster Hatchery Museum.
This Trail leads you around the main sights of the town as well as taking you out to the war memorial with its stunning views of the River Camel estuary.
This is a Murder Mystery Trail. The Trail is 1½ miles and takes approximately 1½ hours.
The Trail is suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs.
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WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
This was the first Trail that we have done but we will definitely be doing more. We thoroughly enjoyed our time wandering around Padstow and we learnt something about the town at the same time.
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