Crowds packed the harbour for the tenth Newquay Fish Festival. More here
This year see’s the tenth anniversary of the Newquay Fish Festival, to be held on the 14th 15th 16th September at the harbour.
After a rather drab week in Cornwall the sun came out today. View across Newquay Bay and Harbour. One of Newquay’s Harbour seals you can take a boat trip from Newquay Harbour to see the seals for just £6 for an hour, or take a Sea Safari
What a glorious Sunday morning and a beautiful view from the Harbour View Apartments. This weekend the Newquay Fish Festival is taking place at the harbour. Check out all the photos from the Newquay Fish Fest Diary here.
Newquay Fish Festival is a three day event, dates for this year are 10-12th September. For a full list of events, check out the programme on the Newquay Fish Festival site here “Proper job” Newquay Fish Festival 2009 here
The old lifeboat hut… The Huer’s hut on the cliff edge, once a lookout for pilchards.More about this from Newquay Old Cornwall Society here. Looking across to Pentire headland…
…from Newquay Harbour to Towan Beach.
Polruan or Porthruan in Cornish is a small fishing village on the South East coast of Cornwall (Kernow). Bound by water on three sides, Pont Creek to the North, River Fowey to the West and by the English Channel (British channel as it used to be known) to the South. Polruan is also know for […]
“The Festival gives Newquay an opportunity to showcase one of its hidden gems ‘the harbour’ and has proven an extremely popular event with both residents and visitors. The event takes place in September as a follow on to the main holiday period, and has been blessed with marvelous weather every year. The practical cookery demonstrations […]
Everybody is ok, the fishermen used the buildings to store the sort of stuff they need for working out of the harbour, some of the children’s toys and a few litres of diesel where also stored, an explosion was heard at 3am. Boats where still able to leave the harbour to continue their days work. […]