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March 5th 2008
St Piran day Kernow

March 5th is a day for celebration in Cornwall, its St Pirans day, the patron saint of Cornwall and tinners alike for it is said that St Piran was the founder of tin. Celebrations where held all over the Duchy of Cornwall today including a march through Truro city. Patriotic events where covered by the local radio station Atlantic FM. Celebrations will continue all week including the pilgrimage at Perranporth on Sunday with the St Piran's play re-enacting the story of St Piran, a march across the dunes and a service at the old Piran Oratory. This photo is from a gathering at Launceston where a Cornish Piper played Trawlawney the national anthem of Cornwall as the flag was raised on the Castle. Pure Cornish Heritage, nothing English about it whatsoever. More pictures here.


Colliford Lake almost prehistoric looking, such a great feeling of isolation and space up here on Bodmin Moor..


Happy cornish lamb enjoying life before the plate high up on Bodmin Moor.


Photos and Information Cornwall March 2008

 
See photos from February here