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Neil Hiller & Buffalo Bill – Soldier’s Lament

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Neil Hiller & Buffalo Bill - Soldier's Lament With over 300 events planned for this year, there will be something for everyone, so come to our beautiful town and join our St Ives September Festival celebrations – tw...

St Ives Lifeboat Day 2015

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St Ives Lifeboat Day 2015 Large crowds turned out for St Ives Lifeboat Day on Saturday (August 29) to watch the last ever demonstration for one of the station’s lifeboats. The all-weather lifeboat Princess Royal took pa...

Angela Jones – SSF 2015

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Angela Jones performing at Norway Square: 'Roll The Stone Away' and 'Made In Chelsea' (with Steve from Supurbia) More info: Festival Videos sponsored by St Ives Holidays and...

St Ives September Festival 2015

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St Ives September Festival 2015 This video and all the videos of the festival 2015 are commissioned by St Ives Holidays. Music by Martyn Barker. St Ives TV would like to thanks all the people involved in this 2015...

Sound of the Sirens – Stars – SSF 2016

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Sound of the Sirens - Stars - SSF 2016 Sponsored by St Ives Holidays More information about the St Ives September Festival Sound of the Sirens is a foot-stomping, crowd-engaging female folk/rock duo whose strength...

Alfred Wallis – A Folk Opera

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CORNISH WOMEN ON THE VERGE present ALFRED WALLIS a folk opera Cornish Women on the Verge are a small theatre company based in West Cornwall. They formed two years ago and write and present folk operas on Cornish themes ...

Octopus for afters @ the Castle Inn

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Octopus for afters @ the Castle Inn Mike Rowbotham and his friends playing some tunes at the Castle Inn St Ives. Accordeon: After the invention of the accordion in 1829, its popularity spread throughout the world, in...

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 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...

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