Monthly Archives: January 2014

Can Cornwall feed itself if cut off at the Tamar? by Andrew Ormerod

Cornwall declaring U.D.I.?   Rising levels of water in the Tamar causing flood?  or some other calamity! The idea makes your head spin.  But it’s interesting to speculate, nevertheless.  Self-sufficiency is assumed to be on the increase.  Can the population of … Continue reading

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The Bodmin Wassail by Andrew Ormerod 6th January 2014

Bodmin Wassailers arriving at the Hole in the Wall pub their last destination of the day. Happy New Year everyone!  It is the 6th January I know – but it is also the old new years eve (before the calendars … Continue reading

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