A WORD IN YOUR EAR: History About St Ives by Tom Richards. A compendium of historical feature articles about St Ives first published in The St Ives Times & Echo by one of the newspapers outstanding contributors.
CHEESEWRING & South East Cornwall: A CLIMBERS' GUIDE by Barnaby Carver and Sean Hawken. Centred on the main crag, Cheesewring Quarry, the guide provides comprehensive coverage of the rock climbing in the area covering traditional routes, sport climbing, deep water soloing and bouldering. With over 500 climbs and some 200 of the area's best boulder...
CLIFFORD FISHWICK by Peter Davies. A monograph on the artist and innovative art teacher, Cliff Fishwick, who was Principal of Exeter College of Art from 1958 to 1984. The book is a valuable resource for art students, galleries and collectors. This soft-cover book is also available in hardback.
DOG IN A DUSTBIN by Rex Harper MBE This book records stories - some happy and some sad - relating to the author's own pets and other animals he dealt with at the RSPCA rescue centre in Perranporth, Cornwall.
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FREE SPIRITS: Jane & Tony O'Malley by Marion Whybrow. Tells the remarkable story of the relationship of husband and wife artists the O'Malley's. Mutually supportive both in their life and and art the book is a testimony to a unique shared life.
HAYLE IN WORLD WAR II: A Town Not a Village by Brian Sullivan. The history of the West Penwith town of Hayle during the Second World War is documented in extraordinary detail after many year's of extensive research by the author.
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