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Exploring St Agnes Head

If you are after dramatic views, sandy beaches and a bit of mining heritage – St Agnes head is definitely the place for you to explore! 270 more words

Cornwall

The Faerie's of Carnglaze

The Faerie’s of Carnglaze

The Faerie’s are deeply ingrained in the folklore of Britain, especially Cornwall. Are these traditions a form of superstition or are the Faeries a real phenomenon? 179 more words

Capturing Moments In Time

Lanyon Quoit

This megalithic tomb most likely dates from the early Neolithic period, but not in it’s current form, having collapsed during a storm in 1815.

Lanyon Quoit is one of numerous similar structures and, having been restored to what is believed to be its original configuration is arguably the best representation of its kind. 357 more words

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Restormel Castle

Restormel Castle

The castle, originally built by the Normans on a spur, overlooking the river Fowey, stands proudly one mile upriver from Lostwithiel. You can still make out the ruins of Restormel’s keep, gate and Great Hall, and even the kitchens and private rooms. 199 more words

Capturing Moments In Time