Heading for the post box in Tremail I spotted yet another “cherry picker”:
I feared the worst, since the last time such equipment was deployed in the vicinity Western Power cut off our electricity. Without telling us in advance. Twice!
Peering around the corner nobody could be seen working on the local substation, which was certainly a comfort in all the circumstances:
However a figure up a pole was visible in the distance. This proved to be an OpenReach engineer moving our telephone cables onto the new poles recently erected by Western Power:
I was assured this would take place without cutting anybody off!
Planning permission is being sought for the change of use from a Former Laundry Room to Holiday Accommodation including a single storey extension and an increase in height of the roof at Vicarage Hill, Davidstow, Camelford, Cornwall:
Outline planning permission with all matters reserved has been granted with conditions for a single residential dwelling at Myrica, Tremail, Davidstow, Camelford, Cornwall PL32 9YQ:
Planning permission has been granted with conditions for a “New detached dwelling with garage block on Land North Of The Cottage, Davidstow, Camelford, Cornwall PL32 9YQ”:
Midsummer Eve sunset near Tintagel:
Midsummer Morning sunrise above Tremail:
Planning permission is being sought for a two storey extension to provide a new kitchen/dining room with bedroom over at Cleveland House, Hallworthy, Camelford PL32 9SH:
I wondered why this mysterious construction had suddenly appeared at the edge of the airfield:
The next day I discovered the answer. The road was blocked. Men sporting walkie talkies were everywhere. I wasn’t allowed to follow my usual route across the airfield.
The standing “stones” are merely a prop for the filming of “The Kid Who Would Be King“!