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SHORT TAKES - lights display among best | Thu 14 December 2000

From Western Morning News (Plymouth, England) - Thursday, December 14, 2000

SHORT TAKES - lights display among best

THERE may only be 120 homes in the tiny village of Angarrack , near Hayle, but they certainly know how to put on a Christmas lights display to compete with the best of them.

On Saturday Sid Perry, one of the village¹s oldest residents, flicked the switch which transformed the small group of houses into a sea of colour with hundred and hundreds of lanterns and three large Christmas trees.
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121115 | Bridge tribute to Hayle employer | This is Cornwall

From The Cornishman Thursday 15 November 2012:  read more »

121108 | Town archaeology is given national status |

From The Cornishman Thursday 8 November 2012

Town archaeology is given national status

Thursday, November 08, 2012

The Cornishman  read more »

120219 | Secretary of State returns ING South Quay application to case officer | John Bennett

From John Bennett's website 19 February 2012:



19 Feb 2012. The Secretary of State has returned the report on the ING South Quay application to the case officer for further information.

120130 | Recommendation by old Government Office SW to Secretary of State should be sent within a week | John Bennett

From John Bennett's website 30 January 2012:



30 Jan 2012. The report by the old Government Office SW making a recommendation to the Secretary of State should be sent within the week. A best guess on response from the Secretary is the end of February.  read more »

Cornwall Heritage Trust

Cornwall Heritage Trust - website was founded in 1985 to “preserve and strengthen” (“gwytha ha crefhe”) Cornwall’s rich and distinct heritage. They are proud to own or manage some of the most important historic places in Cornwall, and have HRH The Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall as Royal Patron, and Colonel Edward Bolitho OBE as President.

As well as protecting land, buildings and artefacts of heritage significance, CHT have a strong focus on education and fundraising to continue their work.
Cornwall Heritage Trust has a thriving membership community who enjoy free access to Cornwall’s English Heritage sites, as well as the first information about tickets to all CHT events. Their popular ‘Story Cafes’ have been held both online and in person, hosting knowledgeable speakers on topics ranging from Dynamite Works to Scoot Dancing to the History of the Cornish language.


Story Cafes

During Spring 2021 Cornwall Heritage Trust offered a programme of virtual Story Cafes (via Zoom) whilst people were unable to come to attend at venues. They proved to be so successful Cornwall Heritage Trust are continuing to offer a mixture of online Story Cafes together with those at venues.

Videos of previous story cafes will be uploaded after each event onto Cornwall Heritage Trust Story Cafe Recordings.

Upcoming Events, both Virtual and Face to Face will be listed on Cornwall Heritage Trust Upcoming Story Cafes with details on how to book a free ticket.

If you would like to be kept up to date with upcoming events, please sign up to Cornwall Heritage Trust Mailing List

Cornwall Heritage Trust are very grateful to Cornwall Community Foundation who helped to fund Cornwall Heritage Trust story cafes.




120629 | Installation of beam engine on flower bed honouring Hayle's World Heritage status

Spotted on the Hayle in Bloom site 29 June 2012

29 June 2012. Today saw the installation of the beam engine on top of our flower bed honouring Hayle's World Heritage status. Terry English, armourer to many Hollywood films, created it for Hayle in Bloom and he is pictured here with the Hayle in Bloom team. Hayle in Bloom Beam Engine installation


The First Wesley “Meeting House” at Copperhouse, Hayle | August 1785 | Hayle Pump

ING Plans Summer 2011 | South Quay 2011

ING's plans as submitted to the Council July 2011, added to their website August 2011

You can read the updated application on Cornwall Council's web site by clicking here:

August 2011 | hayle harbour :: regeneration news

Revised plans presented - suggested these would be the final plans - is that the third set of final plans?

Striking changes for Harbour

Award winning architects Feilden Clegg Bradley have designed a striking new landmark building for South Quay which will house a 2500 sq metre food store.

Mousehole born architect Matt Williams said, "We wanted to create a sculptural shape or form that would recognise the industrial heritage of Hayle whilst disguising the function of the foodstore".  read more »

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