HMS Gay Archer (P1041) was a Gay-class fast patrol boat of the Royal Navy. She was built by Vosper, Portchester, and launched on 20 August 1952. She has been gradually […]
Trips around the Camel Estuary, pass the beautiful beaches of Daymer Bay, Polzeath, Hawkers Cove, Tregirls and St George’s Well.
Moored next to quay is the Irene is a West Country Trading Ketch, built in 1907 by FJ Carver and Sons. The boat moored next to the Irene is a […]
Earthrace was a 78-foot (24 m), wave-piercing trimaran, which was originally created as part of a project to break the world record for circumnavigating the globe in a powerboat. The […]
Gary Jago is the owner of Camelwood Labradors and has been keeping and breeding quality Labradors for many years.
Chris Swabey, 54, from Padstow, made St Austell Pigeon Club history after winning all trophies for the 2009 season. The local builder, who has been racing since he was eight, […]
Eden unleashes a Tyrannosaurus Rex, beware, the Crater of The Tyrant King. Until now dinosaurs were thought extinct, but it seems the abundant plant life of Eden Project has given […]
Hedgerows are the vital stitching in the patchwork quilt of the English countryside. They need to be protected and cared for. I love this time of year. It’s chock full of […]
Thomas Rawlings was a wealthy merchant who set up his own Padstow bank as a mark of prestige of his enhanced standing in the community. One of his homes is […]