The Harlyn inn which used to be rammed during the summer months has now been reduced to rubble
There is always something odd happening around the country lanes…….. you just have to be there to to take the image.
The Old Inn is St Brewards’ only public house and can be found next door to the hilltop Parish Church. At around 720 feet above sea level The Old Inn […]
THE HARLYN INN CLOSING WEEKEND!! The HARLYN INN is Closing its doors for the last time this Sunday the 29nd Of September. I remember some great times here during the […]
The Cornish harvest festival is known as Guldize and was once a major occasion in the local calendar. There are many traditions associated with the date including the “Crying the […]
Almshouses have existed for over 1000 years enabling individuals in need to retain their independence and to live in their local community. The first recorded Almshouse was founded by King […]
The Aesthetics of Progress and the visual impact on the landscape, Looking back from the road that leads up to the Church, the two burrows (Cornish dialect name for these […]