Some snow fall on the hills in Mid Cornwall over night… Watch slide show of snow pics More snow in Cornwall
The full moon peaks at 5:30 pm tomorrow, should be a good one!
A lively and dressy evening (strictly black-tie or kilts are worn), the C.L.I.C. Sargent Annual Ball, Newquay has so far raised about £60,000 over the last few years. C.L.I.C. Sargent is a charity which offers much needed support to children with cancer and leukemia. C.L.I.C. Sargent Charity Ball : Hotel Bristol, Cliff Road, Newquay : Saturday, 9th […]
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.
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.
Photos from the Falmouth Oyster Festival 2009 – 15th/18th October
Autum at Valley View Touring Park tucked away behind the village of Blackwater, scenic views and an excellent location as a Cornish owned touring park. Great place for walkers or cyclists with Porthtowan – 1.5 miles away. Truro approximately 5 miles & Five Beaches within a 7 miles radius of the camping site. There is […]
Photos by Chris Borkett Gowethas Kernow Goth Towan Blystra (Newquay Old Cornwall Society). The people in the picture are; Centre Jacky Nowakoski senior archaeologist Cornwall Council. On her right Peter Hicks Charman NOCS and on her left Mike Salter the finder. The Late Iron Age/Romano-British hinged collar or neck-ring was discovered in Newquay. Although found […]
Newquay Fish Festival The 2009 Newquay Fish Festival was by far the best ever. The harbour was thriving with people from far and wide as the aroma of barbecued fish hung in the warm Indian summer air. There’s something very special about Newquay Harbour that the festival really brings to life; maybe its the proper […]
“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 […]