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Centre opens 30th August | Heritage Centre News July 31, 2013 at 4:14pm

Via http://www.hayleheritagecentre.org.uk/

Centre opens 30th August

The centre is nearly ready to open, we have been working with Falmouth design company 20/20 and local historians to create a centre that gives residents and visitors a chance to learn about Hayle’s fascinating history.

The centre opens it doors to the public from Friday the 30th of August, as part of our opening we have a number of activities and events.  read more »

Harvey’s Foundry Regeneration Project - Phase 3

Via http://harveysfoundrytrust.org.uk/development_phase3.html

Harvey’s Foundry Regeneration Project - Phase 3

Harvey’s Foundry Trust has exciting plans for the third phase of the Harvey’s Foundry regeneration project in Hayle.

Harvey’s Foundry has already undergone two phases of building work transforming this once derelict but historically important site into a vibrant centre which has encouraged business growth in Hayle.  read more »

Twitter / PRScredda: Gwithian, 1967; custom Bilbo's ...

Twitter / PRScredda: Wonderful Art Deco poster promoting St Ives, GWR 1930's

Angarrack Inn - a brief History

Angarrack Inn, Angarrack

12 Steamers Hill, Angarrack, Hayle, TR27 5JB Cornwall

Telephone: 01736 752380

Web: www.angarrackinn.co.uk

A newly refurbished traditional inn, that dates from 1755. This was originally known as 'The Lamb'. It owes its establishment to the Angarrack tin smelting house, which once operated nearby. The pub has a warm and friendly atmosphere complete with log fire in the winter. Situated in a small village it is surrounded by picturesque views and close to Hayle's 3 miles of golden sands.  read more »

Twitter / PRScredda: Photochrom postcard of Godrevy Light, 1890

23rd March - Feast of St Gwinear by ‏@RevRichardColes

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1884 | Angarrack Viaduct | Thomas BORE and Thomas WAKEHAM | 4-Jul 1884 | Killed at Angarrack Viaduct by a falling derrick

According to http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~phillack/burials/bur1880_1884.htm :  read more »

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