Monthly Archives: September 2013

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The boilers of the Alba, Porthmeor Beach

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The boilers of the Alba, Porthmeor Beach (unexploded bomb for some!) Janet Axten tells us about the story of the Alba and explain about the wreck left on Porthmeor beach. The steamer SS Alba on rocks off Porthmeor b...

St Ives Parish Church

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St Ives Parish Church St Ives Parish Church presented by Fr Andrew Gough The present church building was consecrated in 1434, and many Christians have worshipped in the building over the centuries. In 2010 the church c...

St Ives Holidays by Lanhams

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St Ives Holidays by Lanhams St Ives Holidays are agents for over 240 quality self catering properties in the beautiful old fishing village of St Ives. ...

South West Coast Path from St Ives to Zennor

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The famous South West Coast Path from St Ives to Zennor. A challenging (*) but very rewarding walk with magnificent views and rich in wildlife and historical interest. A fine wildflower walk in spring, when the squill a...

Greenaway Pro Surf Competition 2013

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Greenaway Skilled Surf Rivals 2013 After a two-year hiatus, this September we're going to see the return of the Greenaway Skilled 2013 and ensures to be higher and better than ever sooner than. A Expert knockout riva...

Evelyn Holloway Poems

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Evelyn Holloway Poems Arts & Literature Programme Music and poetry in Norway Square led by Bob Devereux. The St Ives September Festival began in a back kitchen in Te...

Nowodhow orth Porthia – Genver

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Nowodhow orth Porthia - Genver Lemmyn possybyl prow euthek bras dhiworth treven erbysus Porthia. Displegyer Pythow an le a assayas gruthyl fordh rag tus an ranndir dhe gavoes trevow erbysus ha bys vykken a wrug disk...

Harding Laity explains Knills Ceremony

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Harding Laity explains Knills Ceremony In his will Knill left money for the upkeep of his obelisk and also £25 for celebrations to take place every five years on St James' Day, 25 July. He directed that every five years...

St Ives fishermen’s beginning of the season

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St Ives fishermen's beginning of the season Richard Robinson takes us around the harbour to talk to st ives st ives fishermen getting their boat ready for the season. From medieval times fishing was important for St ...

St Ives Juggling and Circus Skills Club

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St Ives Juggling and Circus Skills Club St Ives Juggling and Circus Skills Club: Happening now: Island Centre: Juggling,devil sticks, circles, diablo + more. Juggling is a physical skill, performed by a juggler, ...

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