I’ve been away for a few weeks, hence the weekly and sometimes more than weekly posts. I’ve been touring the south west with a performance in development with Dreadnought South West who I posted about here and here in 2013. If you are interested in the theatre development I’ve been involved with you can read about the process here. I’ve managed intermittent journeys back to the cliff over the last few weeks which is a riot of yellow at the moment with the gorse at its best. A hand rail has been installed at Freathy, which is fantastic particularly for the way back up. The steps were dug out a couple of years back when there was subsidence after the very wet winter. Apparently this had been the path years before and the steps were just overgrown with brambles. Not many of the cliff paths have handrails so believe me if you visit the beach you will be very happy with the aid of the hand rail to pull you back up.
Welcome to life on a Cornish cliff.
Sea Field View is a cabin on the Rame Peninsula SE Cornwall and is occasionally available to let. Click on the contact page for more information.