I had heard of the dark and mysterious chambers penetrating deeply into the hillsides of the Carnmenellis granite area, which lies between Redruth and Helston.
For 150 years the light from the Bishop Rock lighthouse has warned the mariners to steer clear of the rocks or “fangs of Scilly”. The
It was the siege of Lyme (now Lyme Regis) by a Royalist army under Prince Maurice that caused the Earl of Essex to set off
This is a truly wonderful garden where Ruth & Terry spent a wonderful afternoon. They both took many photos, which are shown below. The garden
What a truly wonderful show that is up to the usual standard of the Rogue Theatre. Well done to all the performers and the tremendous
This is a record of a visit by Ruth & Terry on 14th August 2020 where it was quite an overcast day. The photos as
This is a record of a visit by Ruth & Terry on 7th August 2020 where it was a very hot day at 31 degrees.
The wonderful building containing the new home for the Cornish Studies Library in Redruth. on the site of the old Devenish Brewery.
Robinsons Shaft is extremely old. It was started in the late eighteenth century and was down to the 36th fathom level by the early years
There is one name that appears more often than any other when tales of old Cornwall are told. That is the famous Vicar of Morwenstow,