The full moon peaks at 5:30 pm tomorrow, should be a good one!
Lostwithiel today three days after the flood, quite a different picture from Wednesday full story here Some damage to The Medieval bridge. Sand bags outside the old Duchy palace where the government of Cornwall was based. “14th century Lostwithiel, known as ‘The Port of Fawi’, was the capital of Cornwall, administering affairs both Cornish and stannary (relating to tin) […]
The Keep Cornwall Whole parade, Morwenstow, Bude, Launceston, Callington & a Rally in Saltash. Watch videos of the event at Keep Cornwall Whole
The Lizard and Britain’s most southerly point.
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.
Crooklets beach Bude today…
Tucked away on Torpoint East Cornwall are the pretty Cornish fishing villages of Cawsand & Kingsand. See more photos here Cawsand… Looking towards Kingsand. See more photos here
Sun setting on the solstice, a glorious evening at Fistral beach, check out the slide show here
More photos of Carne Beach here
(Craig Weatherhill not impressed with the new fences and gate at Carn Kenidjack.) Craig Weatherhill off down the pub for a pint with his mate Paddy. Irish Paddy is half Connemara, half Irish draught and is partial to a drop of beer himself. Historian Weatherhill expert on Cornish Place names, Cornish history and language, has written various books, […]
…from Newquay Harbour to Towan Beach.
Low tide at Perranporth this morning, sunshine, slightly hazy and a bit of a nip in the air…
Looking across the bowling green towards Towan Beach. A few years back locals saved the bowling green from developers, would have been a shame to loose that view. The famous house on the island with its suspension bridge is up for sale at £1.25 million.