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St Austell Small Batch Brews Series

Beers like Proper Job and Tribute brewed by Cornwall based family owned brewery St Austell are beers that guided me through my early years of exploring different beers. 2,087 more words

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Day 4: St Agnes - Holywell/West Pentire

Sunday, 23/04/2017
Distance: 22,5 km (14 mi) for a total of 113 km (70,2 mi)
Ascent (ca.): 586 m (1920 ft)

Weather: Overcast in the morning, sunny spells in the afternoon… 327 more words

Earth Day

I have my good friend Alba to thank for reminding me, via her stunning blog photography, that last Saturday was Earth Day. Click here to visit her blog and see what I mean! 434 more words

Don’t deny us our global Celtic identity says Grand Bard of Cornwall

“Launceston has a proud place in Cornwall’s story. It is the historic capital of Cornwall and the castle was built by Brian of Brittany, the Breton knight who became the first Earl of Cornwall following the Norman Conquest. 557 more words

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Bluebell Woods

Yesterday was a lovely spring day that we decided to make the most of the lovely weather and headed to Lanhydrock House, our nearest National Trust property. 318 more words

Day 3: Gwithian - St Agnes

Saturday, 22/04/2017
Distance: 24,3 km (15,1 mi) for a total of 90,5 km (56,2 mi)
Ascent (ca.): 840 m (2760 ft)

Weather: Overcast in the morning, sunny spells in the afternoon… 309 more words

Villagers Dancing

Another find from an antique fair, the photograph measures 3.5 x 2.5″.  The reverse reads ‘Villagers dancing Tintagel Sept 1928′ . The lady in the foreground dominates this image and seems to be walking with the stick. 24 more words

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