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 IF YOU HAVE A NEWS STORY PLEASE E MAIL US ON flowcrick@aol.com

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MONDAY MAY 28th 2018

 

LATEST NEWS

Roger Wickett, Chairman of the Parish Council, Resigns From The Council at The AGM
After 15 years service including being Chairman on two occasions, Roger has decided that it is time for him to leave the Council.
Roger is a born and bred Tintagel man and has given valuable service over his time working for the people of Tintagel.
In his retiremnet statement he said He feels optimistic about the future with the present Councillors
Thank you very much Roger For Your Great Service For The Village.

The newly elected Chairman of the Council is Councillor Lewis and his deputy is Councillor Hart
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TINTAGEL LAUNDRETTE

In the last few days it has been noticed that the popular Tintagel Laundrette has suddenly closed. All the machines have been removed.

Further deatilas when we get them
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More Sad News

Tintagel Parish Council lost it's 'News Letter' a few years ago. Today I have heard that the 'Camelfordian' Newletter ceased pblication last month after many years'
I'm afraid it always a lack of volunteers to produce these Newsletters that caused the collapse
If anyone owuld like to help start or restart the newsletters for either or both viallages that would be great. Please let me know on 01840 770775

I started producing the Tintagel Website www.tintagelweb.co.uk in 2000 and it is still going strong. I do all the work on it
so please let me know if you could help me to cotinue producing the 'Tintagel News' let me know

David Flower

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WILL THERE BE A TINTAGEL CARNIVAL RADIO THIS YEAR

Tintagelweb is trying to find out if this wonderful week long Tintagel Radio will return in Carnival week again. It costs a lot of money
and also Raf does a temendous amount of work to organise it

Will let you know when I can
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DEATH:PAULA FRANCIS: Tintagelweb is sad to announce the death of Paula Francis. She was found in her home at Tintagel by a Health Carer.
She was married to the late Mike Francis, a former clerk to Tintagel Parish Council

Paula's funeral will be held at Bodmin Crematorium on Wednesday June 6th 2018 at 1.30pm
Friends are invited afterwards to Bossiney House Hotel, Tintagel for refreshments

We have no further details


Rest in Peace Paula

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DEATH: Roy Pickard. Tintagelweb is sad to hear of the death of Roy Pickard of Boscastle
Older residents of Tintagel would know Roy from the days when he worked for Tonkin's Garage for many years under various owners. including W.S.Tonkin.
When Roy retired he used to help his son in his gardening business until he finished in the last year
I had many interesting chats with Roy... a very nice man .................a man of Boscastle.

Rest in Peace Roy

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THE NEW WONDERFUL BRIDGE BUILDING AT THE CASTLE STARTS IN OCTOBER
English Heritage continues with their incredible work to change the Castle area to a new Theme Park for Tintagel
and make more money for themselves.
This is the organisation who closed OUR King Arthur's Castle to people for many years during the week.
I wonder when the Swings and Roundabouts go on the site?!
Apparently work starts on this wonderful bridge in October 2018. They intend to open it in 2019

David Flower

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Cornwall Council re-states its commitment to 38,000 new jobs by 2030, left out of leader’s speech
28th May 2018 By Anne North

Cornwall Council has re-stated its commitment to create 38,000 new jobs by 2030, rather than the less ambitious 20,000 target set in leader Adam Paynter’s “State of Cornwall” speech to the council last week.
The higher figure was first announced in 2017 as part of the Cornwall …
You may view the latest post at https://cornwallreports.co.uk/cornwall-council-re-states-its-commitment-to-the-18000-jobs-left-out-of-leaders-speech/
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 “Sharing back office functions” – four simple words that could mean a lot for Cornwall’s Health Service
28th May 2018 By Peter Tremayne
Speculation is continuing over last week’s resignation of Jim McKenna as chair of the Royal Cornwall Hospital Trust, amid renewed “chatter” of a merger with the Cornwall Partnership Foundation Trust.
The RCHT runs Cornwall’s main acute hospital at Treliske, Truro, while CPFT runs most of the community …
You may view the latest post at https://cornwallreports.co.uk/sharing-back-office-functions-four-simple-words-that-could-mean-a-lot-for-cornwalls-nhs/
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Tywardreath village shop rumpus: local funders told to “wait and see” for next developments
27th May 2018 By Graham Smith
The immediate future of the Tywardreath village shop – and repayment of more than 150 personal “pledges” which financed its purchase – remains unclear after a meeting yesterday (Saturday) heard that talks about a possible new owner were continuing.
You may view the latest post at https://cornwallreports.co.uk/tywardreath-village-shop-rumpus-local-funders-told-to-wait-and-see-for-next-developments/
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. Tywardreath villagers hope to hear news of their local shop
26th May 2018 By Graham SmithThe “toxic feud” which has divided a Cornish village could be brought to an end today (Saturday) at a meeting called to explain what is happening with the local shop.
Residents at Tywardreath thought they had already bought the village store when they raised £470,000 to buy …
You may view the latest post at https://cornwallreports.co.uk/tywardreath-villagers-hope-to-hear-news-of-their-local-shop/
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At least 8 bosses in 11 years: the high-speed revolving door at Truro’s Royal Cornwall hospital
25th May 2018 By Julia Penhaligon
As Cornwall’s health chiefs continue to ponder ways of integrating and devolving NHS services, jostling for positions in any new Accountable Care Organisation, footsoldiers in the wards and clinics have been trying to count how many bosses have come and gone at the county’s main acute …
You may view the latest post at https://cornwallreports.co.uk/at-least-8-bosses-in-11-years-the-h-revolviigh-speedng-door-at-truros-royal-cornwall-hospital/
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Cornwall, the Final Frontier, and how to make “devolution” more inspirational than a stale fart
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25th May 2018
One of the things which attracted me to a career in journalism was the idea that the job in those days consisted mainly of hanging around in pubs and listening to what people had to …
You may view the latest post at
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.Under-fire Truro hospital boss quits
24th May 2018 By Anne North
Jim McKenna is standing down as Chair of the Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust (RCHT) next week.
Last month the Care Quality Commission issued an urgent warning notice about the hospital, giving bosses just seven days to make improvements. 
You may view the latest post at https://cornwallreports.co.uk/under-fire-truro-hospital-boss-quits/
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Cornwall’s vision for 2030 suddenly loses 18,000 jobs (or are these figures all just made up anyway?)
23rd May 2018 By Graham Smith
Cornwall Council has been asked to explain why it has apparently dropped 18,000 jobs from its “vision” of Cornwall’s economy in 2030.
Council leader Adam Paynter yesterday (Tuesday) delivered an upbeat “State of Cornwall” speech, which he finished with a “call to arms” and promised to “create
You may view the latest post at https://cornwallreports.co.uk/cornwalls-vision-for-2030-suddenly-loses-18000-jobs-or-are-these-figures-all-just-made-up-anyway/
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Second Judicial Review of “Accountable Care” health systems due to start today
23rd May 2018 By Rashleigh MacFarlane
The second legal challenge to the concept which underpins “Kennally Care” is due to be heard in the High Court today (Wednesday.)  Health campaigners fear that if NHS England again prevails, it will signal the go-ahead for a Cornwall Council takeover of health services.
You may view the latest post at https://cornwallreports.co.uk/second-judicial-review-of-accountable-care-health-systems-due-to-start-today/
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. Adam Paynter survives comfortably to lead Cornwall Council for another year
22nd May 2018 By Graham Smith
Liberal Democrat Adam Paynter has been comfortably re-elected as leader of Cornwall Council, seeing off a challenge from Conservative Phil Seeva by 67 votes to 33.
The Tories knew they had no chance of success almost as soon as the council assembled. 
You may view the latest post at 
https://cornwallreports.co.uk/adam-paynter-survives-comfortably-to-lead-cornwall-council-for-another-year/
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£30 million found for Cornwall’s pot holes, on the day the council leader faces re-election

22nd May 2018 By Graham Smith
Potholes and road maintenance across Cornwall will get a fast-tracked £30 million improvement blitz over three years, Cornwall Council leader Adam Paynter announced this morning (Tuesday.)In a move timed to coincide with today’s annual council meeting, at which Mr Paynter faces re-election as leader, ten million …
You may view the latest post at https://cornwallreports.co.uk/30-million-found-for-cornwalls-pot-holes-on-the-day-the-council-leader-faces-re-election/
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The RAF gets its way on space defence – but does it also push Newquay to the back of the queue for government cash?
21st May 2018 By Julia Penhaligon
Today’s (Monday’s) announcement of a formal Ministry of Defence initiative for launching satellites has posed new questions over the location for Britain’s first spaceport. Newquay is among several sites currently under consideration for a slice of £50 million government funding to help create a …
You may view the latest post at
 https://cornwallreports.co.uk/the-raf-gets-its-way-on-space-defence-but-does-it-also-push-newquay-to-the-back-of-the-queue-for-government-cash/
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Cornwall not sure what it thinks about wheelie-bins
21st May 2018 By Richard Whitehouse
Plans to provide every home with a wheelie bin for their rubbish and to collect black bag waste fortnightly and recycling weekly have been given a mixed response.
Cornwall Council is set to consider whether to accept the final recommendation of plans to change the way that …
You may view the latest post at https://cornwallreports.co.uk/cornwall-not-sure-what-it-thinks-about-wheelie-bins/
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Cornwall Council to think again on who sits at its top table
21st May 2018 By Richard Whitehouse
When Cornwall Council meets tomorrow (Tuesday) along with the usual agenda there will also be the annual election of the chairman of the council along with the selection of council leader.
You may view the latest post at
 https://cornwallreports.co.uk/cornwall-council-to-think-again-on-who-sits-at-its-top-table/
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BLAST FROM THE PAST

TINTAGEL HAWKER HUNTER PLANE CRASH JULY 6th 1979

Look at the pages on the website for more photographs

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SOME TINTAGEL SHOPS 2003



TINTAGEL CRICKET PHOTOGRAPH 2003


Pictured are: Bob Wilson, Nick Lawson, Andy Billington, Richard Harland, Guy Keenan, Tom Parsons, Matt Chatterton,
Mark (Gus) Wilson, Keith Thompson , Giles Reynolds and Steve Brown. Photo David Flower

 

THAT 'WONDERFUL?' PROPOSED BRIDGE AT TINTAGEL

OLD ORIGINAL NAME 'KING ARTHUR'S CASTLE' NOT TINTAGEL CASTLE

WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THE PROPOSED MODERN BRIDGE?
This Will Be a Forum For Your Personal Views

My view is that I think it is the continued destruction of our lovely village,
hoping to get more money for English Heritage (David Flower)

WHAT ABOUT TINTAGEL'S HERITAGE??


An EMail from Jenny Eldridge
I m horrified at the plans for a new bridge at this ancient site.
English Heritage seem determined to turn Tintagel Island into a theme park with no concern for its true history or the damage the construction will have on the geology.
The increased footfall will erode the heritage even more.

The Duchy who own the land have not given consent and made no representation at the council meetings.

English Heritage have to become self sustainable by 2021 thus they need to increase visitor numbers to generate even more revenue, this is their only concern.

We should be writing to the Duchy to intervene and also Sajid Javid - Secretary of State to protest. 

Should we not be banding together as a group to make our voices heard?

Jenny Eldridge

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Further EMail From Jenny on November 11th 2017

I have written  to Prince Charles and will write to Sec of State but I fear that they will be ignored!
Having had dealings with English Heritage on a personal basis  ( renovation of an old house which they claim an ancient monument -
but seem happier to let it fall to ruin than let a sympathetic owner do slight reconstruction!) they seem to have ultimate power to override any objections on anything. 

Keep up the good work.
Jenny 

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THE REVAMPED SUNDAY INDEPENDENT

 

The wonderful new look Sunday Independent now has not only the finest Sports coverage in the Westcountry but probably the best in the country!
The Sports pages are 72 pages with nearly every type of sport covered but now has expanded the news pages as well!!
Apart from this you can regularly see my photographs in the Sunday Independent on the Sports pages.
i have regularly taken Team pictures of sport mainly Cornish Football and Cricket Teams since 2004 and still continue in 2017!!
i also have a column in the paper with a Referee Profile in the winter and Cricket Officials in the summer 

FOR ME THIS IS THE PAPER OF THE WEEK!!
BUY A COPY ON SUNDAY FOR £1.20 AND SEE FOR YOURSELF!!
David Flower
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As I no longer work for the Camelford & Delabole Post or North Cornwall Advertiser
I would like any stories or events you get please so as I can cover them if possible and put them on the News and Diary Dates sections of my web site www.tintagelweb.co.uk
It is intended to improve the Local News page but it is up to villagers to help me please!

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Tintagel Visitor Centre Volunteers 2013  

Visitor Centre Website: http://www.tintagelparishcouncil.gov.uk/

Tintagel Community Website: www.tintagelweb.co.uk

TINTAGEL VISITOR CENTRE WE NEED MORE VOLUNTEERS
TO JOIN OUR TEAM TO GIVE INFORMATION TO OUR VISITORS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD
TO HELP THEM ENJOY THEIR VISIT TO TINTAGEL AND SURROUNDING AREAS
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN YOUR LOCAL AREA?
BE HAPPY TO TELL VISITORS HOW TO GET TO/ OR TALK ABOUT LOCAL ATTRACTIONS OR OTHER PLACES IN CORNWALL?
ADVISE THEM ON LOCAL BUS TIMES OR TAXI SERVICES AVAILABLE? HELP WITH LOCAL ACCOMMODATION? HAVE KNOWLEDGE OF LOCAL WALKS?
THESE ARE JUST SOME OF THE ENQUIRIES WE RECEIVE EVERY DAY ******************
WE HAVE TWO VOLUNTEERS EACH ROTA SESSION IN THE MORNING AND AFTERNOON FROM EASTER TO END OCTOBER
MORNING: 10AM – 1PM AFTERNOON: 1PM – 4PM FROM END OCTOBER TO EASTER WE ARE ONLY OPEN IN THE MORNING
ALL VOLUNTEERS WILL BE GIVEN TRAINING AND ASSISTANCE AS NECESSARY
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED AND WOULD LIKE FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CALL IN AND SEE US
OR CONTACT: MARY DYER
You can now also apply to be a Volunteer at the Visitor Centre via the Tintagel Parish Website www.tintagelparishcouncil.gov.uk on 01840 770472

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TINTAGEL INDOOR BOWLING

WOULD YOU LIKE TO JOIN THE BOWLING CLUB ATINTAGEL SOCIAL HALL?
There are practice sessions onTuesday Evenings 7.30 pm till 10pm
or/and Wednesday and Friday mornings 10am till 12noon
Free Tuition Every Week
Phone Bob Flower on 01840 770857
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Just turn up to the Social Hall. You will be made very welcome

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SADLY ENGLISH HERITAGE WHO ARE SUPPOSED TO CARE FOR THE PAST DON'T APPEAR TO NOW!!
THE NEW THEME PARK WILL POSSIBLY BE OPEN IN 2018/19!

PROPOSED NEW BRIDGE AT TINTAGEL CASTLE

English Heritage has selected the bridge that will be built subject to planning permisions (Planning Permission Granted inOctober 2017)
The site is being 'upgraded' and a Carving of Merlin's face has been engraved in the cliff close to Merlin's Cave

Let me know your views please at flowcrick@aol.com


Email from an old School friend and former resident of Tintagel

Dear David,  From Robert Putt born Tintagel 1943 Castle View Rd,

I feel I must contact you as I know that you are someone of around my age group, I am extremely dismayed to hear of future plans to modify Tintagel & spoil the wonderful view over the Castle & Beach area. What an eyesore a modern bridge will be to look at for people wanting to visit an ancient monument like this. I cannot start to  understand how English Heritage could even contemplate such a move !! but see that awful building that was allowed to be built on Salisbury Plain @ Stonehenge visitor centre, if you have not seen it,  it is a most hideous place built of Stainless Steel Tubing about 60' high & made up of glass, at one time it was made underground @ the entrance to the site & out of sight. Now they want to spoil beautiful Old Tintagel in the same way. The next will be to put a roof over the whole of the ruins to protect visitors against the tempest of the Atlantic winds & rain. I spent my first 20 some odd years roaming all over this area with it also overlooked from our property. I do not know what most of Tintagel's older original born residents feel about it but understand some of them probably moved into village over the later years & some being the people who changed the village for profit over the last 30 -40 yrs, feel it is a wonderful idea but when the West gales are at there strongest I think anyone crossing at those times would be mad with a death wish. I presume it is a done thing & permission will be given for planning consent. If this should go ahead how on earth will it be secured into the land on each side as both you & I know that most of the cliff area is made up of very soft rock ( reason for causeway ) as can be seen looking out over the back side of the keep from the stile on pathway from the Church. Cabling will have to be fixed so deeply into the land on each side to tie the bridge to the original ground within the ruins it will have to have such massive destruction carried out. What is Tintagel Paris Councils real true thought about it as I feel it will kill peoples interest. When in place it will be permanent like all the wind turbines & solar farms now sited throughout all the high points in Cornwall & why when there is so much water, Huge rivers like at Trago flowing 24/365 capable of driving water turbines many times over along that stretch alone.  I am glad that I no longer am able to get the view now with only pictures & memories when visiting my Heritage each year, I feel so sad to walk down the High Street looking at so many places that gave me my memories, but not now. So many memories David of you / your Family, School days & Characters who Walked / Worked / Played /& made the Village Life, who must be turning in there graves if they can see it now. 

Sincerely Robert Putt.  robertputt@outlook.com   now residing @ St Austell.  

Another Local View

Dear David


Having read Robert Putt's comments on the proposed bridge for Tintagel Castle, we entirely agree with his comments and also consider the whole concept completely bonkers.

Those of us living in Tintagel all know how windy it gets up there even on a fairly mild day and so this eyesore would be shut a considerable amount of time as it would be so dangerous.

One of the charms of the castle is the effort we all have to make to get there and back - look at the comments on Trip Advisor - visitors love the fact they did it and how wonderful it all is, the atmosphere etc.  Yes, there are those who moan about being no safety barriers on the island to stop their children from diving into the sea, but they are all warned of the dangers before they go on the island. 

The island as it is and has been for many centuries is a one-off - awesome - please can the residents of Tintagel stand up and object to this ridiculous idea.

Kind regards

Robin & Margaret Beckett

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Hi David,

I am looking forward to the decision on the design of the proposed bridge to link Castle Island.

Hopefully it will be a single span which will look very graceful.

The idea is brilliant and will enable many more people to see the amazing views from the Island and learn more of its history.

It could also encourage more people to access the path to the Church and beyond-enjoying a circular walk of great landscape beauty.

My Grandfather and Father used to have the grazing rights for their sheep on the Island in the 1920s when there was only a path leading up to the top.

I wish English Heritage in its new form much success with this project. Let's have the Island open all year again.

Regards,

Harry Sandercock.


John Stratton Group Oil Orders

If you would like to join the group ring John Stratton on 01840 770500

Winter is coming so why not fill your oil tank with the Tintagel Oil Group .
The next order will be placed on 31st August and 30th November. 
If you wish to place an order contact John on 01840 770500 before this date. 
When phoning leave your name address phone number & amount of oil required if leaving a message.
Don't miss out on a good deal.

 

       John Stratton

 

Ä FREE PHONE DIRECTORY LINKS !!

The latest scandal by BT with their charges they make for using their 118500 Directory Service has been publicised in the newspapers. 
If you use their Directory service you pay an initial £59 and then £2.39 per minute till you have your answer. 
One pensioner was charged £81 for just ONE query and another had a three month bill for £454!. 
BT has been fined £25,000 and has to refund those people who used the service and were astounded by the charges BT made.

As you must have a computer to read of this con, you can find out ANY BT number here on www.tintagelweb.co.uk!. 
There is much more information on my page 'Links and Websites' on Tintagelweb and this is the LINK


Ä 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 MONDAYevening at 8pm.
If you you are
interested please contact David Kenner on 01840 770741

 

 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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