Judas!!! Another member!!! Welcome aboard Jacka Woman :)))
So lovely to have you onboard Jacka woman, hope you had a happy holiday!
Tide was nearly full. Mist lay in a grey scarf along the line of the cliffs. .. and they walked home hand in hand through the slanting shadows of the new darkness.
Welcome to the forum, Jacka Woman. Look forward to learning of your views on all things Poldark.
I live in Cornwall, just a few miles from Perranporth. It is a little quieter there at this time of year - much better.....
A passionate child rolling in the dust with her ugly dog; a girl driving oxen; a woman....Did anything else matter?
Thank you for all your welcoming words! I intend to visit Perranporth Info Centre tomorrow to get some more details about WG!
Welcome aboard Jacka woman!
Hi Jacka woman and a very warm welcome to the Forum ! Sounds like you're really enjoying yourself and seeing some great places. Have you been into the Society's website yet as there's plenty of information about WG/Poldark/Cornwall on there as well ? If not click on the extreme left of the bar across the top and take your pick on the ladder down the left. A must see, though it can be hard to find in poor weather is WG's memorial seat in Perranporth so check the weather and tides are ok first as it's far out on the right hand headland looking out to sea and you have to cross the beach. It's where WG in about 1942/3 first wrote Poldark and later Demelza in an old holiday bungalow, gone now but the seat marks the spot. Check with the Tourist Office/ Library first too which is in an old Methodist chapel just behind the beach if you want any more local info about WG and Poldark. You can also upload pics into the forum too if you want....
Hope you have lots of chats and make plenty of friends....
"Perfection is a full stop .... Ever the climbing but never the attaining Of the mountain top." W.G.
Welcome Aboard!!!! Lots of nice helpful and friendly people here!
I love Cornwall and Poldark I'm holidaying in St Agnes at the moment and have walked down Stippy Stappy Lane! So many familiar names here. Trying to identify where Winston Graham set all his locations. I know some are fictional, but like to feel I'm walking in the footsteps of Ross, Demelza, Dwight, etc!!! Crazy!!