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Mullion Cove & Mullion Village


A book documenting Mullion Cove and its Harbour.
Author Robert Felce Click for Details.


When visiting Mullion Cove do not drive down to the harbour.
Park in one of the two car parks and proceed on foot.
Lazy individuals are spoiling the peace and tranquillity for others including residents.
They are also a danger to families with children walking down the lane.
Ladies please wear skirts or dresses not trousers they were designed for men.
Once you all looked so lovely in summer frocks, trousers really do not suit your shape : )



Mullion Cove
Weather Station

The shepherds are all senseless and do not enquire of the Lord; so they do not prosper and all their flock is scattered : )
“But at the beginning of creation God ‘made them male and female.’
‘For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his
wife, (Note God said wife meaning women not anther man)
and the two will become one flesh. ’So they are no longer two, but one flesh.
 “If anyone causes one of these little ones those who believe in me to stumble,
 it would be better for them if a large millstone were hung around their neck and they were thrown into the sea.

 

Home
Mullion in Bloom
Village Shops
Mullion Garage
Churches
Sunsets
Health Centre
Village Pubs
Cricket Club
Hotels
Eating Out
Accommodation
Mullion Regatta
Cornish Walks

The Regatta at
Mullion Cove Cornwall

 


Mullion Coves Big Day.
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Visitors arriving for the Regatta.

 Here we see why Mullion missed
the contract to build the Titanic. 

Another sturdy craft.

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Above and below a wide variety of stalls set up for the day, thank you to them all.

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Elizabeth who runs Ventures gift
and clothing shop in the Village.

Our local folk group. 

Winnie the Pooh arrived in force,
unlike Tigger he is not the only one.

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Wax wonders they certainly were, candles of all shapes and sizes.

Plenty of seating on the harbour wall.

Admiring the view.

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Boat Trips round Mullion Island with Skipper John.

There is always a good
line up for the pig roast.

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Stressful work. 

This chap has the right idea.

A sudden shower soon passed.

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The cliff rescue team give a demonstration, all local gents who give there time.
Mr Chambers one of our local plumbers in the yellow hat being rescued.

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The winners I think.

Tug of War. 

Looks like the losers.

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Diving for plates how long can you hold your breath.

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The total mayhem that is the raft race, flour and other missiles are thrown at apposing crews. 

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Sinking of an opponents raft is well within the rules, come to think of it there are no rules.

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Difficult to tell who won, I hear
tell it was the fire crew.
I think the high pressure hose
had something to do with it

Cheap beer what
more could you ask for.

The Master of ceremony's.

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Off home after a lovely day,
thank you to all the people
who give there time to arrange
the Mullion Cove Regatta.
Henley eat your heart out.


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