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Psycho-Geographies

Inspired by this post by an old secondary school friend (which is co-incidentally sort of about Mills) – I have been thinking a little bit about conceptions of space and how it influences us. 692 more words

Classics

Charles Brabyn of Devoran and the sinking of HMS Courageous 1939

The first casualty of the Second World War in Devoran was a First World War veteran sailor, shipwright  Charles Brabyn who died on HMS Courageous on the 17th September 1939 75 years ago. 702 more words

Cornwall

Looe Music Festival 2014

Looe Music Festival 2014 celebrates the last of the summer & the weather  forecast is great for next weekend’s party on the beach.

Riverview Farm is just 2 miles from the action and our annexe sleeps 4. 29 more words

@@@ Cornwall 2 Light Bath Vanity Finish: Satin Nickel

Cornwall 2 Light Bath Vanity Finish: Satin Nickel

Cornwall 2 Light Bath Vanity Finish: Satin Nickel. If you looking for Cornwall 2 Light Bath Vanity Finish: Satin Nickel. 104 more words

Consuming Cornwall: A solution?

Click here for Part One.

Unfortunately, orthodox economics doesn’t look in much danger of being radically inverted any time soon. That’s a shame, because it’s what needed if we’re going to ever see an economic settlement that prioritises the needs of the majority, rather than leaving to be half-served as a side-effect of the dash for private profit. 578 more words

Politics

Consuming Cornwall: The problem

Pasties, poverty, economics beyond growth

Cornwall is one of the nicest places in the world. It’s not only often spellbindingly beautiful, friendly, enigmatically Celtic and unusually progressive for provincial England, it invented the greatest pastry product in human history, the meat-and-potato-based colossus that is the Cornish pasty. 1,696 more words

Politics