HampshireCam Travels ~ Christmas Lights - Padstow, North Cornwall

The last ferry of the day from Rock approaching the harbour. The hill in the background is Brea Hill, to its right sits St Enodoc Church where the former Poet Laureate Sir John Betjeman is buried.


The welcoming sign at the entrance to Padstow Harbour.


The ferry entering the inner harbour.


The Christmas and harbour lights in all their glory and Nessie on an away-day The displays in the background illustrate some Cornish industries, with a lighthouse a fishing boat and a tin mine, also a West Country class steam engine which in the old days used to transport the fish catches to London.








The famous Old Custom House now a pub. Below, the robin which sits above the entrance to the Custom House and Santa and his sleigh in the Chough Bakery window.




A few miles west of Padstow is Trevose Head with a beautiful sunset to end the day.

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