Tag Archives: Rame Peninsula
A very busy fortnight has just passed with our ‘production week’ for The Cause at Dartington and opening the tour in Cornwall. Our first performances were in a brand new theatre inside a brand new school, Callywith College, on the … Continue reading
On Monday, being the first Monday in May, there will be celebrations all over the country to celebrate the end of winter, the beginning of Spring and Summer and warmer weather!!! Well we can hope. Down on the Rame Peninsula … Continue reading
Find out how a rare Bluefin Tuna, washed up dead on a Cornish beach, has been used by researchers from the Environment and Sustainability Institute (ESI) at the University of Exeter to add to our understanding of this incredible animal.
Yesterday was the first Surf and Turf Race, an eleven mile run around Rame Head and along the sand at Whitsand Bay. The start was at Maker above Kingsand, at the eastern tip of Cornwall, heading around the Rame Peninsula. … Continue reading
There was an interesting debate happening on the facebook page of Rame Peninsula Beach Care when they uploaded these photographs. The question is, the remains (above and below) belong to which ship? Sand has been washed away to reveal this … Continue reading
‘It seems to me there is less anxiety here than in other parts of rural Cornwall less edginess…’ Kirsty Fergusson in the Slow Cornwall Bradt guide. She certainly has a point!