Monday 4th of May 2015 04:58:41 PM
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Had a lovely walk along the #Bude canal today from the Weir end and went slightly off-piste, beguiled by the intense aroma of wild garlic, combined with bluebells. What a sight. Never seen so much garlic in one place, and the heavenly bluebells (surely one of my favourite flowers) were intense. What a combo. Here’s a few snaps:
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What is the history of these buildings at Crooklets?
Please can you ask on Your local history page, what the history is of these two buildings at Crooklets? I believe the one to the far left is called Ocean House. The reason I’m interested is because the old Penarvor Hotel has sadly been demolished next door.