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Paul Donnithorne on Cornish Cream E4 6a in North Pembroke - an exciting venue on St David's Head in the new CC guide
© Emma Alsford, Jul 2011
Camera used: Canon EOS 550D
Emma, I have a photo of Pat Littlejohn rapping down this in about 1985(?) taken by Malcolm Campbell. Malc gave it to me for the 1985 guide but it never got used and I must have forgotten to give it back. I'll send it to Paul as I have his email address. Even if it's no good or it's too late, it's quite interesting. Is Cornish Cream Pat's route? Jon de M.
jon - 27/Jan/13
Hi Jon, yes it is Pat's route - that sounds interesting and we would love to see that photo - unfortunately it's too late for the new North Pembroke guide which has just gone to print - expected before Easter (its fantastically inspiring with all those obscure areas now really opened up to all, with the new and clear graphic layout..courtesy of Steve Quinton and crew :-) But hopefully we maybe able to use the photo in a promo article about North Pembroke, which one of us will get around to doing at some point...such a lot of cool climbing on this north coast! And this route is sooo like Cornish granite - I can see why Pat and Malcolm gave it this name! Thanks Jon..look forward to seeing the photo :-)
Emma Alsford - 27/Jan/13
Hopefully the "new definitive CC North Pembroke guide" will sort the grade!
Steve Clegg - 27/Jan/13
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Yep..apoologies, my error..I believe it is going in at E3, though I think some 'non 'ol school climbers' may find it a rather stiff proposition at this grade! Certainly a typical Littlejohn route :-)
Emma Alsford - 28/Jan/13