Memories - a Memory of Newquay.

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 10to 15 people hight of summer .live in cornwall now but prefer my memories of NEWQUAY


A memory shared by robertjabbey on Dec 28th, 2016. Send robertjabbey a message

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Fri Jun 23rd 2017, at 2:50 am
energzied commented:
Thanks Robert great to hear your memories. Just signed up so i could reply. I remember walking home down the back alley, having worked at another local hotel.

The Tolcarne and neighbouring hotels were always busy in Summer and you would hear music and banter from all over..this was in 2007! It was turned it into a car park via a failed property deal not long after.

They promised luxury flats, now they build in the fields while so many empty brownfield sites its a scandal. When it was a hotel it provided a lot for both visitore and locals though i only once popped in briefly.

However it seems the founder of the Tolcarne contributed to the commercialisation and subsequent destruction of the natural dunes on Tolcarne Beach so its only karma his hotel has gone the way of the dunes!

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