Odd start to the week, hence a day late with my POA. Yesterday evening we were evacuated from our house (as was everyone within a 200m radius) as a nearby garage was on fire and there were gas cylinders on the property. Normally this would have been a pain, but as we had to get up at 4.30am to get my 11 year old to a coach for a school trip to London, it became a positive pain. Luckily, we were able to decamp to mother-in-laws for the night (the alternative was the sports centre) and once the dog had calmed down went to sleep around midnight. I am now slightly sideways!
Anyway, enough of my woes. This week I am hoping to post about W F Currah and T R Kernick.
On Thursday I have been invited along to a meeting about Trenance Cottages in Newquay. The Cottages are in the Trenance Leisure Gardens and were inhabited until the 1960s, after which they were used as a museum. Over the last few years they have fallen into disrepair and a committee was formed to apply for a Lottery grant to redevelop them. The grant has come through and now work is beginning on how to interpret the grant conditions and implement them. I am looking forward to seeing how we can preserve this very attractive part of Newquay's heritage.
Have a good week.