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A History of Mousehole Places to visit

A History of Mousehole

Mousehole has a rich fishing heritage and was once known as Porth Enys, meaning ‘port of the island’. From the 13th century, it was the main port in Mounts Bay until the 16th century when Newlyn and Penzance became more

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St Ives Feast Day | February 2013 Events

St Ives Feast Day | February 2013

An ancient tradition, St Ives Feast Day celebrates the consecration of the Parish Church of St. Eia in 1434AD. This year, the Feast Day will take place on the 4th February where spectators can witness the rarely played Cornish Hurling,

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Golowan | June 2012 Events

Golowan | June 2012

Golowan is a 9 day festival steeped in tradition and taking place in Penzance in June. The Cornish word for ‘Midsummer’, the festival celebrates ancient Celtic customs and cumulates to the highlight of the week, Mazey Day. Originally a one-day

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