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How Trevithick Changed the World

by John Clarkson

Richard Trevithick was born in Tregajorran in the parish of Illogan, 13 April 1771, between Camborne and Redruth, Cornwall, British Isles. Cornwall was a rich mineral mining area at the time, with plenty of tin and copper. 669 more words


The Ting Tang Tin Mine

Saturday 19th August 2017 ko 15.00

Cornwall Combination

CARHARRACK AFC 8 (R Stephens 11 15 79 Shaw 27 Davies 48 Powell 55 Pope 86 A Stephens 90) 556 more words


Tehidy Woods

Tehidy woods is part of the Tehidy Country Park in West Cornwall, just outside Camborne and Redruth. Originally part of the famous Basset estate, it has over 9 miles of paths and covers more than 250 acres of woodland. 418 more words


A dash down memory lane...

Last night I dreamt of Langorran Road…

 Not quite as iconic as Manderley I know, but special to me all the same. Do you ever think about your childhood homes and wish you could just pop back in for a little nosy? 416 more words


Cornish charm casts its spell

Geoff suffers from a complaint (although I’m the one complaining, not him) that goes by the name of selective hearing.

His tendency is to go all unresponsive and distant just when I am saying something important. 565 more words

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