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Porthleven Prize Application

I had briefly heard about the Porthleven Prize last year, having seen the exhibition Porthleven: A Peripatetic Encounter | Bath Spa Porthleven Prize 2014 at the Sion Hill campus for Bath School of Art and Design, when I received an email from Sue Beech on January 13th stating: 333 more words

This Week we have been Eating ...

… An increasing array of home-grown produce, from the allotment and also the garden.  A bit of this … a bit of that: no great amount of anything but, nevertheless, it all adds up. 465 more words

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Pretty at Penrose

Friday 22nd May, 2015

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I took myself off for a stroll around Penrose today, I haven’t been for a while.  It’s all very pretty with the bluebells still in flower alongside red campion, cow parsley, buttercups and daisies.   538 more words

A guide to Cornwall's The Masked Ball

The Masked Ball, Cornwall’s premier event that bookends the party season with two force-of-nature mini-festivals, is a sight to behold. The summer Ball sees revellers flock to the cliffs of Porthleven to get dressed up to the nines and make damn sure a five-day hangover is on the cards for the coming week. 473 more words

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Porthleven Food and Music Festival

I have a confession to make.  I’ve lived two miles away from Porthleven for most of my life and have never visited a food and music festival…  What a mistake. 364 more words

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Ten good reasons to visit Porthleven Food & Music Festival

This weekend sees the return of the annual Porthleven Food Festival. Now in it’s seventh year, this community Festival that began with just a few chefs has gone from strength to strength. 521 more words

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Porthleven Harbour Light

A visit to Porthleven Harbour during Easter time is usually a manic affair with all the ’emmets’ down from lands afar for Easter hols. But the light this late afternoon, was so dramatic and the ambiance so calm with a fisherman sorting his catch and a couple of kayakers relaxing in the tranquil light you would never have thought it was holiday time.

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