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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.
Category Archives: festivals
I share an allotment with mad friend and every plot has an apple tree, each year we collect apples and windfalls which become stewed for pies and crumbles, chutneys and jams. Then last year mad friend got a juicer and … Continue reading
Over the past few months I have been working with my colleague Derek on recording some stories that will become part of an audio trail for a hidden cemetery in Falmouth. The Ponsharden Burial ground is a dissenters graveyard … Continue reading
This years Port Elliot festival was a wet one, after a few years of glorious weather at the festival it was bound to happen one year. A highlight is to watch folk swimming in the river and getting muddy, but … Continue reading
I’ve been busy taking trips to Falmouth on work matters so this inaugural Festival in the Royal William Yard passed me by until yesterday, when I was unable to go. A shame because I love the route to the Yard, … Continue reading
I note that in the Plymouth History Festival that runs for the whole of May there are Open Days a stones throw from the Rame Peninsula. On May 17th both Mount Edgecombe House and Anthony House are opening their gardens for … Continue reading
May day is always celebrated in Cornwall and celebrations kick off in the east of the county on April 29th in Saltash with their May Day celebrations http://www.facebook.com/SaltashMayFair. Followed on the first of May, on the other side of the … Continue reading