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A convivial Cornish break

I treasure an abundance of magical memories from time spent in the spectacular landscapes of the south-west of England. Family camping holidays as a child, numerous trips with my daughters, a week with Barry and my girls and grandsons in 2015, and a precious few days with my dear friend Therese, who came from Gisborne to tour UK with me in the summer of 2004. 823 more words

Life On Land

Cornwall Senior Cup round-up

Saturday saw a break from SWPL action for the majority of sides as 32 clubs were set to compete in the Cornish Senior Cup second round. 985 more words

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Seaside café. Cheap, cheerful, functional – and no less enjoyable for all that.  No pretence, what you see is what you get.  Visually, a cacophony of shape and colour. 71 more words

Photography

Porthleven Portrait

A portrait taken in The Ship Inn in Porthleven, Cornwall.

Photography

Town Trail: Porthleven

There has been a settlement here for thousands of years and by the 1600s Porthleven was a small hamlet populated by fishermen and miners. The harbour was built in the early 1800s and little has altered since then. 585 more words

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Penryn's Porthleven run comes to an end

Penryn Athletic and Porthleven Reserves battled the elements on Tuesday night, with the two sides playing out a rain and wind-hit 1-1 draw at Kernick Road. 410 more words