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Trest Sen Peran

Author: Colin Retallick

Oratory Algae

Still a few inches of water inside the oratory covered with green algae

Bishop Chris

Bishop Chris at a recent visit to the oratory.

Not So Wet

The water level has been much lower than in most years.  There is approximately 25 cm (10″) within the oratory,…

Soldiers at the St Piran Play

Three brave soldiers pictured before their battle on 5th March in which they died heroically.  They were later raised from the…

St Piran Play

Not long now until the St Piran Play – Sunday 5th March at 2 p.m.  Parking at Perran Sands Holiday…

Cornwall Archaeological Society

A little fog and drizzle did not dampen the enthusiasm today of 13 members of C.A.S. as they accompanied a…

St Piran Play

Sunday 5th March 2017, St Piran’s Day, at Gear & Penhale Sands.  Free entertainment for all ages. The promenade play…


Surveyor at work pictured from within the oratory yesterday.

Modern Archaeology

Following clearing and burning on Penhale Sands this transmission housing from a small mid 20th century vehicle lies uncovered.

Branow war an kloes

Crows on the fence.

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