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In August of this year, Roseland Online introduced readers to budding young film-maker Matthew Pitman. At the time, Matthew had just finished a film about Philleigh Fayre. Now he has turned his attention to the Roseland Festival and produced an excellent short film which will be shown on Cornwall TV ( Sky 212 & Freesat
- Young Roseland Film-Maker – Take Two!
- St Just in Roseland Parish Council Minutes – October 2014
- October Half Term Workshops
- Mevagissey Parish Council Minutes – October 2014
- Raise Money This Christmas For Children’s Hospice South West
- Superfast Broadband: Forward with Fibre Event – 23rd October, Eden Project.
- Low Level Metal Frame Single Beds
- Arthritis Research UK Lunch 7th October – St Mawes
- Roseland Festival – Message From The Committee (And Next Dates)
- Long Let, Portscatho
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The tourist industry has now become the main trade of the Roseland Peninsula and SCC today but unlike many areas it's kept its charm and unique qualities intact.
Veryan, in the middle of the Roseland Peninsula, still has its iconic Round Houses, St Just its legendary church and St Mawes and Portscatho their stunning harbours.
The Roseland Peninsula and SCC boast some world class hotels and restaurants, including one of Olga Polizzi's renowned hotels Hotel Tresanton) and a Michelin starred restaurant in Rosevine. More here...
Nine out of ten businesses in Cornwall can profit from fibre internet connection, Superfast Cornwall has claimed and will show how at a free event next week. “Forward with Fibre”, on Thursday 23rd October at the Eden Project, will give businesses of all kinds a clear overview of practical ways to use Cornwall’s world-leading connectivity
A brand new takeaway service will soon be opening in Portscatho. If everything goes to schedule, Dan Wilson, who was the Chef at the Plume of Feathers last year and at the Hidden Hut this season, will be opening Tatams Stonebaked on 4th October. He will be open in the evening from 5.00pm until late on
The Poets on Monday 29th, “Island Queen” on Wed next and Michael Morpurgo Thursday of next week are now all sold out. However the Ceramics Exhibition is on all this weekend at the Millenium Rooms, St. Mawes and the following still have tickets available: Truro City Choir and Trounce Guy Sat 27th 7.30pm Veryan Church
Local MP, Sarah Newton, has welcomed Cornwall Council’s positive response to her campaign to provide a new bus services for the Portloe. As reported in Roseland Online, earlier this year, the village was hit hard by Western Greyhound’s decision to remove Portloe from its 550/551 bus service route. This has left Portloe residents without a
This year the Council is embracing digital channels as part of its budget consultation process to encourage as many people as possible to join in the conversation. Earlier this month the Council published its proposals for saving £196m over the next four years. The unprecedented scale of the savings required means that all areas of
The kids club is now up and running up and running at Gerrans School as of the start of this term. They are are still looking to promote it to other schools in the wider area and hope to attract some more children for the half term holiday. Currently no other school on the Roseland offers
The Roseland Festival kicks off on Saturday 20th September, it’s the 9th year and ticket sales are going well. There are talks, music and drama. For the opening event Jane Costin is giving a talk on What Cornwall meant to D.H.Lawence – as we know he lived at Zennor for a while so it will
From 13 September until 10 October an exhibition of paintings and drawings by one of Cornwall’s true visionary artists featuring man made landscapes of the China Clay country around St. Austell goes on display at the Wheal Martyn Museum. The exhibition is the brainchild of Simon McNair Scott who has been collecting Dyson’s work for
Sallie Eden interviews author Elizabeth Haynes Elizabeth Haynes’ books are published in more than 30 countries and in over 20 languages, with more due for release. Her novel, ‘Into the Darkest Corner’, won Amazon’s Book of the Year in 2011 and Amazon’s Rising Star Award for debut novels. It was also featured on Channel 4′s
Poetry of the First World War An Anthology edited by Tim Kendall – Published in paperback by Oxford World’s Classics (Oxford University Press) in 2014 A timely collection of classic and familiar poems and songs written during or after WWI , intermingled with some lesser known pieces. It’s an interesting selection and I was surprised how
Two Days, One Night starring Marion Cotillard, Fabrizio Rongione & Olivier Gourmet, directed by Jean-Pierre Dardenne & Luc Dardenne Academy Award-winning actress Marion Cotillard plays Sandra, a young woman assisted by her husband, who has only one weekend to convince her colleagues to give up their bonuses so that she can keep her job. A simple premise, maybe,
Apollo Awakening As I am writing this piece for the October edition it is hard to believe that summer is over. The weather today is balmy with a serenity and peace offered by the gentle breeze. But if you haven’t felt this recently or know someone else who is struggling to feel at one with
Cheaper Housing Costs, Growing Incomes: A Prosperous Shared Future It is always good to be able to convey good news and I am delighted to be able to report encouraging progress in securing a new bus service for Portloe. After I submitted my dossier highlighting the impact of the withdrawal of the 550/551 bus service
“What’s the point of wasps?” is a question, not infrequently asked by people attempting to relax on the beach with an ice cream, in the beer gardens, or over a delightful cream tea in late summer, surrounded by sweet things attracting annoying attention from the black and yellow buzzing animals seeking a carbo hit. But
Now October looms and whilst I love the autumn with its fruits and colours I do confess to becoming a little depressed by the nights closing in so fast and leaves disappearing from the trees. Gone are the sunny days with glasses of wine on the patio in the late sunshine. It will soon be
Well, it’s been another bumper year for the bees – though it’s not over yet by a long way. The weather has been hot, with rain from time to time rather than all the time, which has meant plants have, in the main, been able to secrete nectar which the bees have gathered to convert
EA Bragg and Froe House, Portscatho, C.1907 I love those moments when I find the approximate spot from which Edward Bragg captured an image in the early years of the last century; it always feels like something clicks into place for me and It was at the beginning of August when I took my version
Sallie Eden has declared June to be Sophie Neville month and here she talks to Sophie about life as a child actor, playing Able Seaman Titty Walker in the film Swallows & Amazons, based on Arthur Ransome’s book “Swallows and Amazons” Elsewhere (in Writers Talking) Sallie also talks to Sophie about her work as a