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Charlestown's Laffoon making up for lost time with Pirates

Charlestown senior linebacker Bradley Laffoon is a firm believer in fate.

Laffoon’s life, he said, took a turn less than two years ago. His grandfather passed away, and in an effort to salvage the affected property, his family relocated to Lincoln County, Ky., more than two hours away from Charlestown and the gritty linebacker’s football “family.” 628 more words


Race Night and Presentation Night

Well its that time of year, albeit a bit later than originally planned and this year along with the Presentation Night there will be a race night to enjoy. 28 more words


New Team Sponsor for the Charlestown Blue

New Sponsors for the Charlestown Blues

Charlestown Blues are happy to announce that they have a new sponsorship deal in place that will provide their new kit for the Winter Season (Dresses are currently being printed and arrive as soon as possible) 33 more words


October Half Term Training and Games Update

During the upcoming October Half term please note there will be NO training on the following days.

Saturday 22 October – Years 1-4 and 5-6… 63 more words


Day 28 - Charlestown to East Coombe

This was really a walk of two halves with most of my record of the walk, photos and recordings, occurring between our start at Charlestown and the ferry quay at Fowey. 1,188 more words

South West Coast Path

Video | Providence-Charlestown high school football

Footage from Providence-Charlestown high school football on Oct. 7, 2016.


“The Captive Heart” by Michelle Griep

“The Captive Heart” by Michelle Griep grabbed me from the start.  Coming to America from England aboard a small wooden ship (according to our standards today) was frightening enough for our heroine, but enduring the sickness and storms, unwashed bodies, starvation rations and no guarantee that their new masters would be kind to them would have caused me to jump right overboard and take my chances with the sharks. 265 more words

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