Monthly Archives: September 2013

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Pie Competition Golden Lion

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Pie Off Golden Lion St Ives Pie competition at the Golden Lion St Ives. ...

The Leach Pottery Jan 2011

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The Leach Pottery Jan 2011 Many potters and artists from all over the world have been, and continue to be apprenticed at the Leach Pottery, taking Bernard Leach's style and philosophy back with them to their respective ...

Film Club April 2011

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Film Club April 2011 The heyday of the St Ives School was in the 1950s and 1960s but in 1993, Tate St Ives, a purpose-built new gallery overlooking Porthmeor Beach was opened which exhibits the Tate collection of St Ive...

Foraging with Mick Smith from Porthminster Café

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Foraging with Mick Smith from Porthminster Café “We forage daily around Porthminster Beach at all times of year,” explained Michael. “That knowledge of the local environment has transformed the way we cook and this, alo...

St Piran’s Day Preparation

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St Piran Day preparation February 2011. St Piran's Day started as one of the many tinners' holidays observed by the tin miners of Cornwall. Other miners' holidays of a similar nature include Picrous Day and Chewidden Th...

Fireworks on Porthminster Beach – 5th Of November 2010

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Fireworks on Porthminster Beach - 5th Of November 2010. ...

Seagulls in Winter

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Cornish Seagulls in Winter The Cornish Gull adults are roughly 19-21 inches (47-54 cm) in length with a wingspan of up to 51 inches (130 cm). Their head is white with a yellow bill. The neck and under parts are also whi...

John Pollard – What Localism can do for you?

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John Pollard - What Localism can do for you? Talk In his talk entitled “What can localism do for you” John Pollard set out an informed and appropriately critical appraisal of the progress of Localism and Devolution sin...

St Ives shoreline in July

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St Ives shoreline in July A shore or shoreline is the fringe of land at the edge of a large body of water, such as an ocean, sea, or lake. In physical oceanography, a shore is the wider fringe that is geologically modif...

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...

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