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Botallack Crown Mines Perched on the very edge of the cliff and short walk along the cliffs from the Levant Mine and Beam Engine the Botallack Crown Mines are a spectacular sight.. The video above gives an outstanding view of the area. The Crown Mines are further down the cliffs The two engine houses are […]Continue reading
St Ives October St Ives is always a popular destination for visitors to Cornwall. St Ives October: like the rest of Cornwall out of the main season has a unique feel and atmosphere. The winter storms can give way to beautiful sunny mild days which are ideal for walking. The surfers during the winter tend […]Continue reading
Godrevy Seals The colony of Grey Seals that are resident at Godrevy can be seen best when hauled out on beach at Mutton Cove. The sight of the Godrevy seals, hauled out in Mutton Cove is exceptional and is one of the few places where the casual spectator can observe the seals closely and without […]Continue reading
Storm watching Newquay Cornwall The combination of high spring tides, storm force winds and a low pressure cause enormous waves to breach sea defences around the country in the winter of 2013. This video is taken at night at Town beach in Newquay and illustrates the force and power and what is really dangerous […]Continue reading
Storm watching Portreath Cornwall This video (Storm watching Portreath Cornwall) was taken after the famous Monkey House at the end of the harbour wall at Portreath was destroyed force of the waves. The Monkey House was originally for shelter and was sued as a second lookout for boats heading for the harbour. The lookout would then […]Continue reading
Trevithick Day Camborne An annual event ,Trevithick Day Camborne celebrates the heritage and mining heritage of the area, with the focus on Richard Trevithick, the pioneer of high pressure steam power. This takes the form of a community festival of free entertainment in the main streets of Camborne, which are closed for the day. Dancing, […]Continue reading
There is a colony of resident seals at Godrevy. They can be seen quite often by those who walk the coastal path past the island in the surf or hauled out on the island rocks below the Godrevy Lighthouse. Seals at Godrevy A seal is very well camouflaged, particularly when hauled out on the rocks […]Continue reading
The Newlyn Fish festival hosts Cooking demonstration all day inside the market along with large range of food stalls selling fish produce. The Festival is organised in aid of the Royal National Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen which provides care, compassion and support to working, retired and disabled fishermen and their families. Harbour demonstration take […]Continue reading
The Golowan Festival brings the past and present together in Penzance’s community celebration of the traditional Feast of St. John, featuring The Golowan Band, Penglaz, Serpent Dances, The Quay Fair, the demonic democracy of the Mock Mayor Elections, Summer Fire, seaborne visitors to Sea and Sail and Quay Fair Day, banners and greenery, giant imagery […]Continue reading
The St Ives – May Day Celebrations can be traced back hundreds of years are a traditional celebration representing the start of spring and the end of winter. St Ives – May Day Celebrations At midday at the Guildhall the Grand Bard and Mayor choose the May Queen and King and their attending Prince and […]Continue reading
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