Land's End, Wesley's Stone 1928
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A Selection of Memories from Land's End

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I entered a competition in the 'Lady' magazine, and was fortunate to win a week's stay for my husband and myself at the Lands End Hotel. What luxury! It certainly doesn't look anything like the photos of the 1950s. Our bedroom had sea views looking out towards the Isles of Scilly, and we ate our meals in the dining room which again was overlooking the sea. Each evening the head waiter would visit each table and ...see more
I am amazed that so few memories of Land's End have been recorded so I wish to add my brief knowledge. My cousin Peter was born in Hampshire in the 1920s. His mother was my father's sister Kathleen Goodey, later Headland, and born a Scott and owner of the Ship Hotel on Marine Parade East Lee on the Solent in Hampshire, until with her new husband she left the UK for Rhodesia and coffee/tobacco plantations. It was Peter ...see more
My mother in law has an oil painting in her house titled "Land's End" which looks like this photo. It was painted by someone called "Mitchell". Wondering if anyone out there may know anything about this painting and its artist. Sounds like it has a great history.
I have a photo of my glamorous mother in front of the First and Last House when three lines once sprawled across its roof— F I R S T  &  L A S T H O U S E   I N E  N  G  L  A  N  D .She stands poised upon a rock ‘fore the plain structure amid stark sky. Land’s End winds forever blow her hair— The concept of a first and last house first captured my mind when I was a child. It will remain with me until my last breath.