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PLEASE GIVE ME YOUR VIEWS FOR OR AGAINST KEEPING THE VISITOR CENTRE

 

SUNDAY JULY 12th 2020

DEATH: Reverend John Henry Barfoot. Tintagelweb is very sad to anounce the death of John

John was Vicar of Tintagel from 1980 for a few years
He sadly has lost his battle against cancer
More Details when we get them

Rest in Peace John
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DEATH: Trixie Webster. Tintagelweb is also sad to hear of the death of Trixie, a well known Boscastle lady

Trixie's funeral will hald at Forrabury Church on Wednesday July 15th 2020 at 11am.

Numbers are limited to 30 in the church, (invitations have gone out we understand)
but speakers will be placed outside so if anyone wishes to follow the service they can do so.
Rest in Peace Trixie

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NEW EMAILS ADDED WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAYJULY 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th 2020

POSSIBLE SALE OF TINTAGEL VISITOR CENTRE BY THE PARISH COUNCIL

Taken from the June minutes of Tintagel Parish Council
THESE MINUTES CAN BE READ ON THE TINTAGEL PARISH COUNCIL PAGE ON THIS SITE

Cllr Brooks stated that the only three viable options for the building were: • To sell the building and re-invest the monies (minus the amount outstanding on the PWL); • To lease the building to a third party, or; • To use the building as a community space (this option would incur some costs). The Clerk advised that, should the Members elect to sell the building, there would be a need to fully advertise the same and ensure that ‘best value’ was achieved. Cllr Flower felt that the facility should be given a further year to operate. However, it was agreed that the future use of the facility would be decided at the next meeting on 1st July 2020.
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Support Tintagel Visitor Centre 4th July

Hi David

I read the June council minutes with great dismay last Wednesday and was appalled and confused with Councillor Brook’s statement that the Visitor Centre had made a loss of £47,648 in the last three years.

I don’t know how it is even possible to make that much of a loss, I volunteered at the visitor centre for six years up until 2018 and from April to October we were always busy helping visitors and making sales. All of the volunteers knew that the profits were not large and that we had to keep expenditure to a minimum whilst maximising on sales and the brochure advertising.

Our main sales were books and maps which we purchased at a 35% and 40% discount and all of the small Cornish/Tintagel goods had a mark up of between 50 and 100%.

The brochure advertising paid for printing costs and brought in extra revenue.

In the 2015/16 tax year the centre made a profit of nearly £2000

Over the weekend I viewed the Visitor Centre’s Draft Accounts for 2019/20 and read that it had made a loss of £18933.33 - a big loss for one year, the village was quiet due to the late opening of the new bridge and also coronavirus would have contributed but it still seems a massive loss.

Having analysed the 2019/20 accounts in a bid to see how such a big loss could be made I could see that large amounts of money had been spent. I wrote to the council in support of the Visitor Centre and asked for clarification on the following expenditure.

Fixtures and Fittings - £8191.18 

The centre has display units and slatwall shelving so why were new units and cabinets required and purchased?

Paper bags/card stock - £1369.17

When new laws on single use carrier bags are in place why were expensive printed paper handled carrier bags purchased? 

Stationery - £853.02

The spend in 2015/16 was £136.74 for printing and stationery, an expected amount for stationery. What was purchased over and above pens and paper items?

Staff Clothing - £542.85

Who decided that the visitor centre income could support the cost of staff clothing for the volunteers?

There has been other major purchases at the Visitor Centre such as CCTV installed, 

existing stock reduced and sold off and a ‘relaunch’ last December at the quietest time of year.

It appears to me that the management of the centre may be a major contributor to the sustained losses of the centre as well as the delayed opening of the bridge.

It would be a shame to lose such a first class facility.

Being in the centre of the village it would be ideal as a ‘One Stop Shop’ for the village and could have the duel purpose of being council offices and a visitor centre.

Regards   Jill Frewer


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  New Email received Friday July 3rd 2020
Statement by Roger Wickett read out at the June Tintagel Parish Council Meeting

Tintagel Visitor Centre

When the Visitors Centre was acquired by Tintagel Parish Council at least 2 or 3 Public Meetings took place and the consensus was in favour of the purchase take place.
I consoder it only right and proper that if a disposal of the Visitors Centre is being contemplaed by the Parish Council, a similar Public Meeting
should be held to allow parishoners to have their say. Paticualarly in the light of restricted access to the Council during the lockdown period!

Roger Wickett
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Comment By The Webmaster

I completely agree with this correspondent and the Tintagel Parish Council MUST ACT DEMOCRATICALY
Have a Special Meeting on the future of the Visitor Centre and ask Questions to see where the financial position of the Centre turned to a

DISASTER

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Hi David,
This is what I posted on Facebook Wednesday July 1st 2020
This evening I listened in to the Tintagel Parish Council meeting, I have withdrawn my support of that council because of the abuse and
threats that were made against me by the Clerk, John Brooks and Mik Goward, They made reports to Cornwall Council which were a pack of lies,
I was not in attendance at one of the meetings where I was accused of berating the clerk.
The Clerk even contacted a Cornwall Councillor and threatened to ‘get me’.
She made public this evening a confidential document that I have appealed against because I only received the paperwork yesterday and have not had
the chance get the appeal done That leaves to door open for me to go public tomorrow, Radio Cornwall and Laurence Reed will be the start
It would appear that although it says confidential on the notice it is not. I tried to record it last night but she must have refused it.
Kind regards,
Barry Jordan

On Facebook Friday Juy 3rd 2020

Following last nights post, unfortunately Laurence Reed cut me of before I could say what I wanted to put in the public domain.
The Tintagel Parish Clerk, Carolyn May says I accused her of stealing, totally untrue, that is her version
because I sent an Freedom. Of Information for the accounts plus other things and it was refused, which is unlawful.

From their website for 2019/20
Balance carried over from 2018/19. £173,914
Income 2019/20. £147,996
Balance. £321,910
Expenses 2019/20. £160,562
Leaving a balance of. £161,348
Balance in all accounts 31/03/2020. £66,950
So there is a deficit of £93,612 unaccounted for

At last night meeting she stated she had found another account with £56,000 in, she has been the clerk for over 3 years
How come she has just uncovered this account.
Now in conversations with members of the public we don’t know if this is bad accounting,
total incompetence or the result of someone who doesn’t know what they are doing,
I will leave you to think what you want, but losing £93,612 is not something to brush over
so now I have to contact the Police Fraud Squad or else that makes me an accomplice, and the HMRC VAT office
will need to be informed. If it is just incompetence that would mean the the people of Tintagel have no need to worry.
Barry Jordan

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Dear Sir,

It was with some interest that we read the statement on your website – appertaining to Tintagel Visitor Centre. It is perhaps a pity that the author of the commentary was unwilling to add his, or her, name to the piece.

It is clear from the quotation from the Parish Council Minutes for May 2020, that the author of this statement has been rather selective in his, or her, offering to the public. He, or she, has clearly omitted the fact that the Visitor Centre has made substantial losses for a lengthy period of time, and that those losses are being met by the Parishioners of Tintagel. Nor is the fact that one suggestion under consideration is the creation of a community space for Parishioners alluded to.  The author was evidently aware of the comments raised (clearly articulated in published minutes) a month ago – yet pens his, or her, statement a few days prior to the next Parish Council Meeting. How could this individual have been so negligent? -  failing to provide adequate notice to Parishioners of his, or her, opposition and disgust and offering an early opportunity to object to any changes relating to the TVC?

Yet, in his, or her, statement, there is no cohesive argument put forward to justify why such a facility should be retained, or highlighting the perceived benefits that the facility brings to the village. Does he, or she, ask how many Parishioners use the Visitor Centre? Do they object to financing the centre? – not a bit of it!

Tintagel is an area of severe deprivation, as attested to by the Index of Multiple Deprivation. Is it fair that those who are struggling to meet their financial and social commitments should unnecessarily bear the costs of a loss making enterprise? Perhaps the author of the letter does not share the hardships of those who are struggling. The principle, that the poor should finance the wealthy, was clearly disabused at the time of the French Revolution.

Despite inferences to the contrary, the public has had a month to register any views which they hold in respect of the suggestions made about the TVC at the last Parish Council meeting. Only ONE has been received (on 29th June 2020).

The author of the statement has also provided erroneous and misleading advice to readers. Whilst the Parish Council Meetings are ‘virtual’, our published agenda clearly advises Parishioners that they can access the Meetings by requesting a link to the same.

from Tintagel Parish Council
YOU CANNOT ACTUALLY ATTEND THIS MEETING AS IT IS A VIRTUAL MEETING
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO JOIN THE 'VIRTUAL' MEETING PLEASE CONTACT THE CLERK BY REQUESTING A LINK T: 01726 210139 or Email: clerk@tintagelparishcouncil.gov.uk
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Dear Sirs
I would like to offer my view on the Tintagel Visitor Centre if I may. 
First of all, can I emphasise that it is my just my thoughts and views. I have no political or personal agenda other than I live here. We moved to Tintagel about 18 months ago although we have lived in the area for some ten years.
I was interested in looking at current affairs of the parish council as, shortly after moving in, a planning application was made that directly affects us. So that is the circumstance of my viewing the minutes.

To me the TVC is a conundrum about which I have questions and views. I do not profess to know the way forward but just feel the need to say something.

 It is said that the TVC is needed for the visitors, paid for by the Parishioners and owned by the Parish Council.
The financial losses would indicate that the visitors don’t need (use) it enough! Or would it be fair to say that it could be that the TVC don’t offer more of what the visitors need. Do we know what that is? There must be some idea as it was decided that whatever it is can be done on a smaller scale in Trevena Square.

I read that the losses have been substantial and two years ago, the TVC was given a year to turn itself around. Although it wasn’t required to make a profit, it did need to break even. (I am from a business background so I apologise for using the terminology I am familiar with in this context) but who was put in to ‘ manage’ this or given the ‘project’ to achieve the goals required? I am not familiar with the ways of Parish Councils so I may have missed this.

Another option was community use but would that not need to be  managed also? Is there a way that the ‘use’ could  raise funds towards the cost? Would this use impact on the Social Hall?

It could be sold.  It would be great to see our payments to the council go down but I doubt they will! Lease / rent to a third party? What is the criteria here? Any restrictions?

In fairness I think I have been in the TVC less than a handful of times since moving here. Mainly because it was usually closed but also because there is no draw or attraction.

I understand that minutes are there to be read so in theory everyone had a voice to agree or object. (Although it is noted that March, May and June have only just been uploaded to Tintagel Web ) In practise not everyone has the technology, the ability or indeed, the inclination to go through ‘council speak’. Please don’t take offence, it is just an archaic form of writing that is not found in many businesses now. My view is that given the diversity of the village a public meeting should be held to get the views of the locals or that the area is canvassed to gain opinion……
…… then came along Covid-19.
It seems that a decision is going to be made without the village contributing and I did feel a little miffed at this because the Coronavirus has taken over our lives quite dramatically often to the exclusion of anything else.  I am torn between ‘well somebody  has to make a decision’ and ‘everyone has to be part of the decision’.

In summary, it would be sad to see the TVC go but if it is not serving it’s purpose can it be repurposed to suit the village?

On another note, also mentioned in the minutes, (March)  is aggression and bullying. Absolute zero tolerance should be applied here. Whoever is involved for whatever reason. Totally unacceptable behaviour.
Although I would like to observe / attend the virtual meeting we are victims of the Cornish wifi. It dips in and out constantly. So, I look forward to the minutes.
Kind regards
Sue Squires

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Hi David Flower,

Having only just read the latest parish council minutes I am aghast at the proposal of the thinking, behind almost closed doors,
of the selling of one the most beautiful designed Visitor Centres in North Cornwall.

I have been a volunteer since 2010 there and until I had to retire due to poor health at the end of last year, this was a enjoyable time.
In all the years I was there meeting and helping the visitors to enjoy our beautiful surroundings and being very much a local lass born in the local area and knew where to send folk if they were tracing their family tree. I knew who they could contact the family themselves and these people were amazed and grateful that that some one so local, knew all about their family and most often those who were asking came from outside of England. In one instance a family from New Zealand were even part of even my own husbands family tree and we met up with them that evening. One of the many aspects of a visitor centre that Is what we have here and IT SHOUD NOT BE SOLD. The Parishioners gave its blessing to purchase and

Build it in the first place AND they should BE CONSULTED AGAIN if it should BE SOLD and  it Should not even be up for Discussion at ALL.

COVID-19 is not our fault and should be not be blamed because there is no income coming in at the moment at this present moment of time. In the past The Centre made a small profit and we paid our way with the very happy band of VOLUNTEERS that we had and we could back them. Open from 10am - 4-30pm and no problems at all.
All of us gave our time so there was no charge to our Council at all. All or / most people coming through our door WOULD ALL SAY WHAT A BEAUTIFUL BUILDING  IT WAS
and how LUCKY TINTAGEL WAS IN HAVING THIS GREAT  ASSET HERE for them to enjoy and they would sign our VISITOR BOOK with that in mind.
PARISH COUNCIL JUST THINK BEFORE YOU GET RID OF IT. This Pandemic will go sometime AND WE WILL BE LEFT with nothing. The FUTURE is there and we will be great AGAIN.

from a loyal dedicated Volunteer who Just Wishes She could come back again and greet the return of people again.

PLEASE GIVE THE  TINTAGEL VISITOR CENTRE ANOTHER CHANCE

June Jory
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COMMENT

TINTAGEL VISITOR CENTRE

The villagers of Tintagel BACKED the Council when they decided to buy the Visitor Centre from the
Cornwall County Council.

To think they are going to TONIGHT WEDNESDAY JULY 1st 2020 decide whether to sell the building I'm afraid is out of order!.

The CORONA VIRUS is still in Cornwall and now the Council want to sell the building without first asking the villagers?!

This should be delayed to seek some questions from the local people on why this situation has arrived
and what can be done to rectify this valuable asset to OUR Council and Village

I personally am very unhappy with this sudden decision without seeking the people of Tintagel's views!
If the people want to sell it thats fine but we MUST have our views before such a decision is made by the Council

What are your views.
Please let you own local website have your thoughts and they will be printed on the website.
Email flowcrick@aol.com or 01840 770775

David Flower (Webmaster)

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TINTAGEL PARISH COUNCIL
TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF TINTAGEL VISITOR CENTRE

18th March 2020
Comments
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Having discussed the current situation, regarding the spread of Coronavirus, with the Chairman of the Parish Council,
it has been decided that the Tintagel Tourist Information Centre will close with immediate effect.
This is a temporary measure.  In the event of an EMERGENCY ONLY please contact the Parish Clerk using the details below.
We will monitor the situation and advise you all of any changes.

Keep safe!
Regards,
Carolyn

Carolyn May
Parish Clerk to Tintagel Parish Council
A2 Victoria Advent House
Station Approach, Victoria
Roche PL26 8LG
T: 01726 210139
E: clerk@tintagelparishcouncil.gov.uk

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If You would like to EMail the Tintagel website on flowcrick@aol.com
Your name will not be put on the website unless you want it to be

E Mail Letters From Tintagel Residents

WHERE WILL THEY GO ???????!!!!!!!

Dear sir I am sure  you are aware that the Parish Council have now decided to close the Tintagel Visitor Centre Toilets
(apart from the disabled) for 2020 despite spending a fortune on the entry gate systems.

On top of this they cut back the flower baskets for the village and upped our precept by 9.5%.

Begs the question, where is all our money going?

Maybe worth mentioning the £2,500.000 worth of feature railing purchased 18 months ago which are sitting in their store shed.
These were planned for the Trevena Square refurbishment when I was in charge of this item,
when I left, they did not continue with the programme.
Furthermore, new hanging basket poles were erected in the square 18 months ago which were part of the programme.
These pole came with bespoke baskets for the poles but the poles were left empty this year – waste of time putting up the poles I think.
I have requested a breakdown of costs for the last year relating to expenditure on public toilets, put I won’t hold my breath.
TVC not only had expensive entry systems installed, which were supposed to pay for themselves according to the parish
( hence the hike to 50p a go) but also expensive building work to incorporate the entry systems which will now lie redundant.

All this whilst they are talking of purchasing more land/assets on ‘our’ behalf. If the council is to purchase further land or asset, this should be put to the public for their opinion or at least discuss it in public and not behind closed doors at council meetings i.e deliberations
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Email January 10th 2020 at 20:38

Subject: Parish council

Dear sir

I read with interest the content of the two emails sent to you by parishioners. I have thought for a long time what is the parish council doing, closure of toilets, the installation of new payment barriers and associated works , the high cost of entry 50p.

It is very difficult to gain from the minutes what information and costings have been presented to councillors before

they made these decisions.

There has been no mention of business plans or risk assessments. Decisions seem to be made by plucking random ideas from the air without any logic or reason to them .

Another factor in trying to work out what the council is actually doing and costing us is the lack of any accounts, bills are paid on a monthly basis at the meetings but no record of accounts put in the minutes. Where are the accounts for 18/19 ? they should be readily available now, we're only 3 months off the 19/20 set of accounts. 

There seems to be no accountability to parishioners by this council ,it's public participation policy stifles out any real scrutiny of what it is doing, far too many decisions are made in closed session.

And now to cap it all after closing three sets of toilets on cost reasons, they have set the new precept £141,000, nine and a half percent up on last year what are they doing with our money?

And finally the village square,under a upgrade policy £20,000 was allocated to refurbish the Square. Is that all 20,000 buys. It was interesting to hear about the railings in the shed, the seats are falling apart it's obvious they have not been treated for some time. It was interesting to read in the minutes discussion about parking in the Square. When the square was given to the parish council after regeneration was complete the then council decided that the car park was a shoppers car park and besides limiting it to parishioners the parking times were half an hour and no return within 2-hours. Where and when were the new times quoted in the minutes discussed and passed no wonder cars like a Honda Laguna  WJ56NUP  have been in the same space for the last 6 weeks. Just a few general comments I await with interest the minutes of the last meeting. Perhaps next time we will be able to go into more depth about the barmy decisions this council has made about the toilets etc.

YOUR COMMENTS/QUESTIONS/REPORTS/ANSWERS PLEASE. TO flowcrick@aol.com or 01840 770775
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Message on my Forum Page frpm Lynn Tansey
I have long been interested in learning as much information as possible about this amazing woman Florence Nightingale Richards.
The keeper of the keys to the castle. I have gleaned info from Tintagel book by Mr Dyer, also from odd photos.
But little seems to been known about the depth of her life, & also about her mother Sarah who was also a key holder in her time..
I wonder if this was a legacy or just an opportunity. Did Sarah's mother do the same.
So many questions.
I love to hear stories about women like this because this is real & not part of the myth making that seems to focus on men rather than women in a positive way.
I am not being sexist but rather an observer of reality. I would appreciate what anybody else has to offer about these incredible women.
I was so pleased to see that a couple of like minded ladies also recognised this & created a lasting memento plaque in memory of Florence.
Well done ladies!
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During the years 2016 and 2017 we had a week long Radio Station here in Tintagel in Carnival Week
and I was pleased to be allowed to have one show in 2016 and three shows in 2017

Sadly that appears to be the end of Tintagel Carnival Radio but who knows?.
IF you would like to listen to my three shows the links are below.

Enjoy!!

 David Flower-Monday_C.mp3 Recorded Monday July 31st 2017 6pm to 7pm​​

David Flower-Wednesday_C.mp3 Recorded Wednesday August 2nd 2017 6pm to 7pm

David Flower-Friday_C.mp3​​ Recorded Friday August 4th 2017 6pm to 7pm
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TINTAGEL CASTLE BRIDGE
Photo taken on JUNE 15th 2019



The bridge parts start to arrive .
One Bridge Side Panel and Two Very Tall Cranes .........................................................First Section Fitted Tuesday June 18th 2019


June 21st 2019 ........Bridge Is As One June 29th 2019. ...........Will They Meet In The Middle. Approx 8" Gap?!


THE FINISHED BRIDGE AUGUST 2019

The bridge was opened on Sunday August 11th

TINTAGEL CARNIVAL REPORT FROM PHIL ASTON (SECRETARY)

Saturday 3rd August saw the end of another fantastic Tintagel Carnival Week with the ever popular Grand Carnival Parade.
Starting from Wicket's Field, Bossiney and wending its way through the village and back, led by Nancy the Shire Horse & Harry the Shetland pony 50 brilliant entries including visiting Carnival royalty and marching bands entertained a packed village crowd.
The Overall Carnival Winning Entry was Trevenna Ladies Home Guard – Landa & Ladies and the Best Comedy Award went Tech Gnome – May Family & Co.
The Best Dressed Collector Trophy was won by Snapdragon – Lou Handley and the Best Queens Float was from Delabole.
Phil Aston, Chairman Tintagel Carnival, said, "What a fantastic Carnival Parade, a big thank-you to all the entries for their amazing contributions,
the Carnival Committee, visiting judges, Kathy Rowse (Queens compare),
Mel Rowe (Parade compare), the volunteers for all their hard work and the large village crowd for digging deep into their pockets to help raise money
to allow the Carnival to donate to local charities.
Next year more than ever we are in need of new committee members and/or volunteers to help organise & run Carnival Week.
Come on Tintagel, if you want a Carnival next year we need you to volunteer, come forward and join the committee.

REMEMBER .....NO VOLUNTEERS....NO CARNIVAL!!   .
PHOTOGRAPHS TO FOLLOW VERY SOON TAKEN BY DAVID FLOWER

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Tintagel Carnival 2019 Results

2019 Tintagel Carnival Queen. Fairy Queen – Edie-Grace Attendants – Princess Violet-May & Family Tintagel Carnival Overall Winner
Trevenna Ladies Home Guard – Landa & Ladies Best Dressed Collector Snapdragon – Lou Handley Class No :  1 – Artistic & Historic Tableaux
1st – The Wombles – Launceston Steam & Vintage Rally 2nd – Winning Wimbledon – Joanna Davison Joint 3rd – Disney – Tintagel Castle & Old Macdonald had a farm – Charlie Flew & family Class No :  2 – Artistic & Historic Tableaux Under 16 1st – Super Mario Brothers & Kart – Charlie & William. 2nd – Little Cornish Mermaid – Carla Wain
Class No :  3 – Comic Tableaux 1st – Tech Gnome – May Family & Co. 2nd – Trevenna Ladies Home Guard – Landa & Ladies 3rd – Carnival Kings – The Griffin Family
Class No :  4 – Tradesmen’s Tableaux 1st – The Dunree Caravan Site (Delabole) – Jenny Sleep & Family 2nd – HM Coastguard (Boscastle)
3rd – Sleeps Class No: 5 – Walking Tableaux Over 5 People 1st – Tintagel Warriors 2nd – Tintagel Surf Lifesaving Club 3rd – Under The Sea - Tintangels
Class No :  7 – Walking Group Up To 4 People 1st – DC Comics – Olivia, Freya, Ellie & Billy Joint 2nd – Harry Potter – Ryan & Debbie Moore and T & T Trading
– Katrina Turner & Friends Joint 3rd – Kasey, Piran & Jakka Smeeth & Pheobes Sweet Treats – Ruby, Pheobe & Katherine Wright
Class No :  8 – Vintage Or Preserved Vehicle 1st – MGA (1959) – Vaughan Williams 2nd – Panther Kalista – David Bastard
3rd –  Nubian Fire Engine - Emergency Services Museum (Cornwall) Class No :  9 – Vintage Or Preserved Tractor 1st – Dexter – Scott Reynolds
2nd – 1986 Ford 8210 - Thomas Herrington Class No :  10 – Walking Lady And/Or Gent 1st – Diane Bray 2nd – Caroline Edwards 3rd – WW1 Sailor – Peter Minor
Class No :  12 – Decorated Hand Propelled Vehicle 1st – The Robertson Family – Paul & Debs West Class No :  13 – Walker under 14. 1st – Turtle – Brandon Edwards.
2019 Queen of Queen’s Competition. Best Fairy Queen 1st – Sticker 2nd – Delabole 3rd – Boscastle Best Fairy Queen Group 1st – Delabole 2nd – Sticker
Best Senior Queen 1st – St. Dennis 2nd – Sticker 3rd – Boscastle 4th – Camelford Best Senior Group 1st – Camelford 2nd – St. Dennis 3rd – Sticker
Best Overall Group 1st – St. Dennis 2nd – Camelford 3rd – Sticker (Fairy Queen) Best Queens Float Delabole
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The Tintagel St Materiana Church Bellringers, need more people to join them
and full training will be given.

Come along and not only be part of the Church Bellringer team but also come and enjoy yourselves with a new hobby
Bellringers at St Materiana's Church, Tintagel, now practice every MONDAY evening at 8pm.
If you you are interested please contact David Kenner on 01840 770741

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CAN YOU HELP? Ricky Lee

Caroline Boxall, is one of Frederick Boxall's daughters , the other daughter is called Melanie.
Fred was better known by his stage name Ricky Lee, and sadly died aged just 33 years old, 
at his home Number 33 The Butts, Tintagel on the 20th September 1983.
She has no photographs or a recording of him singing
and would desperately like to be in touch with someone who can help in her search.

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