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Post Info TOPIC: The Demolition of Winston Graham’s Former Home “Nampara Lodge"


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Date: Sep 29 8:24 PM, 2008
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Yes it's all gone unfortunately and now all boarded up. No idea what the plans are yet.

Greg

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Did they knock it down. It seems there are a lot of current pictures on the internet. It looks like it's still being used as a B&B?smile

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That's awful. I never stayed there but I did hunt it out and if I remember rightly, it's tucked away in a fairly crowded corner of the town. I'm surprised that there is room for 8 houses. Perranporth is already fairly overcrowded in places so I should think they really need 8 more...


Such a shame. One of those times when you wish you had a bit of lottery cash...


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Date: Aug 16 1:24 PM, 2005
The Demolition of Winston Graham’s Former Home “Nampara Lodge"
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It is understood that “Nampara Lodge” in Perranporth, Winston Graham’s home before, during and after the war and where he first began writing the Poldark novels is to be demolished and replaced by 8 houses. A Forum for those wishing to comment on the issue.


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