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Posted on 25.10.11

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PA18/05585 | Application for Refurbishment and conversion of Loggans Mill building into 16 apartments, including internal and ex 1 day 4 hours agoBook page
1939 | Fire lit at Angarrack | May Day Celebrating at Hayle 1 day 5 hours agoBook page
1933 | LICENSED PREMISES TO LET. TIHE ANGARRACK INN. near Hayle. Rent and ingoing moderate. Suit a pensioner. Apply The Brewery, 1 day 5 hours agoBook page
1934 | Villagers' Initiative Spirit Of Self-Help at Angarrack Old Mill converted into Institute 1 day 6 hours agoBook page
1934 | Whist | It is interesting to note that this is the first time in history that whist drive has been held in Angarrack 1 day 6 hours agoBook page
1841 | Having been offered for sale at Angarrack Smelting House the Goth of a refiner put it at once into a ladle and melted 6 days 3 hours agoBook page
1894 September 6 | Two Men Killed At Hayle Dynamite Works 6 days 7 hours agoBook page
180705 | 47 CONSULTATION – TO CONSIDER AND COMMENT UPON THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOUNDARY COMMISSION’S ELECTORAL REVIEW OF CORNWALL: 2 weeks 4 hours agoBook page
180801 | Hayle Mayor Slams Boundary Changes | Hayle Town Council 2 weeks 4 hours agoBook page
1880 | There is a report current that the smelting-works at Angarrack will shortly cease operations, but all hope that it is a r 2 weeks 1 day agoBook page
1930 | A bazaar was held at Angarrack, Hayle, on Monday, in aid of the Wesleyan chapel renovation scheme 2 weeks 1 day agoBook page
1791 | About one mile East of the copper-works is the village of Angarrack | The Universal British Directory, Camborne 2 weeks 1 day agoBook page

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