Have you ever wondered if there was no money before your pay cheque where you would get your next meal? We are fortunate to have as an option our local Food Bank which is a good place to start. At this time of year, during our summer, food donations and inventories are low and if […]
Memory lane - Life and Love - just for fun!
A random act of kindness may just be one of the most spectacular, wonderful things you may do in your Life or be the recipient of one. Recently I was the receiver of a gift which made my day and the week that followed. It’s a long story but suffice to say I was tired, a little fragile […]
Looking for great Christmas gift ideas? Christmas is around the corner and we are looking forward to getting together with, and hearing from old friends, family and those we love from both near and far. It is a time of traditions, special meals, music and most of all a wondrous time for young children; dazzled by […]
Remembrance Day, on November 11 is a national holiday in many countries throughout the world including Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the Allied powers. It commemorates the end of fighting between the Allies and Germany and the end of World War 1. The signing of the agreement took place in 1918 in France at the […]
Guest article written by Peter D. Gardner Samuel Grose: a Trevithick Protégé and Unsung Hero Samuel Grose, later to become one of Cornwall’s best known engineers, was born at Nether Stowey, Somerset in 1791. His parents Samuel Grose and Eleanor Giddy were both from Redruth and Sam was employed for many years as a ‘Captain’ […]