Category Archives: Tamar

Happy St.Piran’s Day to one and all

Crossing the Tamar this morning in pure Cornish ‘liquid sunshine’. England bound loaded with cake and cream to share across the border. Wherever you are reading this across the world, have a happy St. Piran’s day, – the patron saint of tin miners and Cornwall’s excuse for having a party.

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A new Cornish Children’s book – The Legend of Tamara

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A quick detour away from the word  of serious history, to the magic of Cornwall.

Here’s a book with a Cornish-Devon ( or should it be Cornish English theme) from Cheryl Manley. It tells the magical story of how the Rivers Tamar, Taw and Tavy came to be. A traditional tale told in a wonderful way that young children will love.

A Kindle version is on its way.

Click here for more information about the book  on Cheryl’s blog>

 

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