A fogou or fougou (pronounced “foo-goo”) is an underground, dry-stone structure found on Iron Age or Romano-British defended settlement sites in Cornwall. The purpose of a fogou is no longer […]
The mouth of the river Camel where it flows into the Celtic Sea Stepper point From flint tools found on the headland it appears that people lived in this part […]
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.