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Bark Run 2022!

We look forward to meeting all our Bark Run participants on Sunday!

Please read all the important information below. It will also help answer any last minute questions you might have. Please also take a look at the route map!

See you Sunday!

Important Bark Run information for the day here! Bark Run route map

Take the lead and fight for better mental health in Cornwall.

Join us at Trelissick on Sunday 30th October at 9am for our first ever Bark Run! The most barked about event of the year for our paw-some supporters and human participants, kindly sponsored by Rosemullion Vets, and in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Truro Boscawen.

Set in one of Cornwall’s most stunning locations, dogs, walkers and runners will take on a bespoke 5k kindly made accessible by The National Trust. The route takes in part of the beautiful gardens, woodland paths which weave around ancient oaks, and private parkland with epic views of the Fal Estuary, finishing outside the stately Trelissick House.

Entry to this event is £15 for a dog and adult, and just £5 for all walkers and runners without a dog.2

Bark Run Tickets here!

Tickets include:

  • dogs get exclusive access to part of the gardens and private parkland where paws usually don’t go
  • access to a unique 5K route for walkers and runners
  • doggy bags for all our furry faithful friends, courtesy of Truro Waitrose
  • a gift from Seasalt Cornwall
  • medals for our youngest supporters
  • doggy treats on the finish line
  • a banana for our human participants
  • photo opportunities for our canine companions
  • if you raise £15 for Cornwall Mind you will get a certificate and a free Mind bandana, the dog that raises the most sponsorship will receive a deluxe doggy hamper, courtesy of Truro Waitrose
  • Your dog will be the star of the show as they help to raise funds for our wellbeing services here in Cornwall!

Your dog will be the star of the show as they help to raise funds for our wellbeing services here in Cornwall!

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It is estimated that one in four of us will struggle with a mental health problem at some point each year. When you’re managing a mental health problem, or supporting someone who is, having access to the right information and support is vital and we believe no-one should have to face a mental health problem alone.

Although we’re affiliated to Mind, the national charity, Cornwall Mind is an independently registered and funded charity, dependent on fundraising and donations to continue our vital work in the community.

With this in mind, we are super excited to launch Bark Run, the perfect opportunity to combine the benefits of getting active, spending precious time with our furry friends, and raising awareness of mental health.

We kindly encourage our waggy tailed supporters to seek sponsorship.You can sign up and create your own page here: Justgiving.com/campaign/TrelissickBarkRun2022 – and every dog who raises a minimum of £15 sponsorship will receive a certificate and a Mind dog bandana as our thanks for their paw-some fundraising! And for the pooch who raises the most sponsorship, our friends at Waitrose have kindly donated a deluxe Doggy Hamper!

You can also access a traditional sponsorship form here.

With special thanks to our event supporters:

Rosemullion Vets
Rotary Club of Truro Boscawen
Trelissick – National Trust
Seasalt Cornwall
Truro Waitrose
The Dog House Cornwall

Every step you take and every penny you raise with your trusted companion will help us to keep being here for those that need us.

Bark Run tickets here!

All the important information you need is here. Please read our Bark Run frequently asked questions

Bark Run FAQ


Listen to the Bark Run interviews on our latest podcast. We hear from Lucy, Community Fundraiser for Cornwall Mind, Frank from the Rotary Club of Truro Boscawen, and Alice from Rosemullion Vets in Falmouth.

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