“The Lost Gardens of Heligan once again opens its gates in aid of local charities on Boxing Day 2014 and New Year’s Day 2015. Whilst no garden admission charges are made on these special days, visitors are encouraged to make a minimum £2 per person donation to this year’s nominated charities.” [read more]
Percy Mitchell – a traditional boat builder par excellence at the National Maritime Museum, Cornwall.
There was a D-ring, there was a bit of twine. I only moved them closer together…. 🙂
Mevagissey’s brilliant Christmas lights will be switched on with an official ceremony on Saturday December 6th. There’s a procession which will be leaving the Fire Station at 5.00. The parade will make its way to the harbour for the grand turning on at 6.00. There will be lots of entertainment with live music, mulled wine & mince pies.
(Incidentally, donations very welcome!)
Where in Mevagissey is an occasional “pop quiz” I do on Facebook and Twitter from time to time. No prizes! A “Like” or “Favourite” means you’re right. Silence or “nope” tells you you’re on the wrong track. Look for the hashtag #whereinmeva to play.
Here’s a sample for bloggers to try:
Clothing company Gabicci, in its “Vintage” line, has a duffle-coat styled jacket with toggle fastenings that is called the “Mevagissey”.
Now that’s fame.
The wildlife team up at the Lost Gardens post some stunning photographs though the year. If you haven’t taken a look, or just haven’t looked recently, why not take the opportunity now?