Memories of Newquay
My parents were friends of the Lukes and as my father was in the war, and Birmingham was getting more bombing, it was decided to send me down to auntie Dorothy. I enjoyed down there, although I was only 4yrs old I still remember how on a Sunday afternoon we would walk down Fore Street and then along to the Killacourts ...Read full memory
Geoff Morris ocean belle Hubert morris ocean ranger Reg tribillcock winnie shark fishing with Hubert caught 6ft 6in blue 1958 have photo.spent 2weeks August 47-48 Winnie every day with Reg stayed at st Columbia minor by strongman baker delicious bread,also stayed with 3rd Morris brother on road to headland happy days lusty glaze with ...Read full memory
I grew up in Newquay - and Trenance Boating Lake was a favourite haunt. There were rowing boats, and some motor boats were added at some point. As I was only 5 in 1960, I was restricted to the paddle boats- which were in an adjacent "lake". They had two handles, one each side, which you turned (a bit like pedals), to propel ...Read full memory
I remember there used to be a old MTb boat down on the creek I think she was called The Ada. I heard that there was a storm down there and she was torn from her moorings. As a child on holiday with my parents I used to go down there and sit on her decks drinking home made lemonade - I can taste it now 50 yrs on.