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Feb 23rd 2008

This lighthouse stands on the most Southerly point in the British Isles. The eerie sounds of the siren could be heard back up in Lizard village, and thoughts drifted to the many shipwrecks and lives lost around this treacherous stretch of the Cornish coast line...


Proper local Cornish food, catch you own tea, even better to gut and barbecue your fish on the beach as soon as its landed. Our Cornish fisherman friends tell us the kindest way to kill your fish is to put your fingers in it's mouth and give a quick jerk backwards, much kinder than suffocation. The guts will not be wasted as there is always a hungry gull around.


In the dull winter light looking down from Poldhu Point, the church of St Wynwallow in the sand dunes looked like a painting today.

Marconi transmitted the first trans Atlantic radio signals from Podhu Head to the south of Gunwalloe in 1901.



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