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Mousehole Harbour - Date unknown

Gunwalloe, The Bay And Poldhu Hotel 1899. Poldark is back! Watching the wonderful new BBC series has prompted us to revisit Francis Frith's love affair with Poldark's #Cornwall. #Poldark #francisfrith

Gunwalloe, The Bay And Poldhu Hotel Poldark is back! Watching the wonderful new BBC series has prompted us to revisit Francis Frith's love affair with Poldark's

CHRISTMAS (25 December) | 'More than 500 swimmers take part in the annual Mike Moyle swim which attracts an audience of a couple of thousand people. It is a fundraising event for Bude SLSC whose volunteers work hard to help keep people safe. It is rapidly growing as a spectator event, making Bude seafront remarkably busy on Christmas morning with spectators lining the beaches and cliff tops.' ✫ღ⊰n

If you are feeling brave then join in with the traditional Cornish Christmas day swim!

Charlestown (Cornish: Porth Meur, meaning great cove) is a village and port on the south coast of Cornwall in the parish of St Austell Bay. It is situated approximately 2 miles (3 km) south east of St Austell town centre. The port at Charlestown developed

Charlestown (Cornish: Porth Meur, meaning great cove) is a village and port on the south coast of Cornwall in the parish of St Austell Bay. It is situated approximately 2 miles km) south east of St Austell town centre. The port at Charlestown developed

Wheal Coates, Cornwall - an old tin mine.

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“ My of Wheal Coates engine house perched atop the cliffs

'CORNWALL AND THE COAST - MOUSEHOLE AND NEWLYN' | Joanna Matingley: 'explores how the diverging interests of these physically and historically linked towns developed. From the medieval watermills and market place of Mousehole, to controversial slum clearance and the fight to save the fishing fleet in 20th and 21st century Newlyn, the story of the two towns is told against a backdrop of national concerns.' ✫ღ⊰n

'CORNWALL AND THE COAST - MOUSEHOLE AND NEWLYN' | Joanna Matingley: 'explores how the diverging interests of these physically and historically linked towns developed. From the medieval watermills and market place of Mousehole, to controversial slum clearance and the fight to save the fishing fleet in 20th and 21st century Newlyn, the story of the two towns is told against a backdrop of national concerns.' ✫ღ⊰n

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