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St Mawes Storms 2016

12 April 2016 - 9:46am

 

Once again St Mawes has been battered by some spectacular storms. A low pressure coupled with the spring tides and other factors resulted in some rather interesting conditions! Unfortunatly the Idles Rocks was once again flooded and the Ship & Castle cafe suffered some damaged. The folllowing days however were lovely with no wind and sunny skys. What a difference a day makes!

St Mawes Carnival Week

The Carnival Committee is delighted to present a full week of events again this year! From the proceeds of Carnival Week 2014, a total of £5,500 was donated to thirteen local organisations.

King & Queen

Congratulations to this year’‛s Carnival King & Queen,
Kieran Townsend & Siena Rose

Thank you to the children of St Mawes Primary School for their lovely Summertime designs

Storm surge hits St Mawes

6 February 2014 - 7:19pm

An interesting time in the village, the spring tides coupled with some deep low's have created some very high tides and winds and caused problems throughout the south west. St Mawes was hit hard and there' more to come. Residents of the village say they havent seen such violent sea's before, reinforcing the fact that this is quite unique. In addition January was one of the wettest seen, the fourth wettest since '75, and that brought its own problems inland with extensive flooding.
Here's a few photos of a stormy spring tide!

St Mawes Monopoly

13 March 2012 - 10:08pm

A St Mawes Monopoly board, the brainchild of Amelia Whitaker, is now available to buy. Licensed by Hasbro, the St Mawes Monopoly game replaces the standard hotspots of the board game with relevant landmarks and businesses from the village.

There will be only 1000 sets made of the St Mawes monopoly game so grab yours before it becomes a collecters item!

News of the St Mawes Monopoly game has made its way into 'The Times' newspaper and local press.

For more details, contact Nearwater B&B St Mawes.

St Mawes Fish Festival

31 August 2011 - 5:35pm

The Fish Festival, this year on the 17th of September, is almost here! More details : www.stmawesfishfestival.co.uk

A variety of cooked Seafood will be available including Seafood Paella, BBQ'd fish fillets & Scallops. In addition Paul, Steve and Simon will be running cooking demonstrations and tastings throughout the day, accompanied by expert fishmongers on hand with tips for filleting and preparing the perfect fish. Master Chef Ann Long is dropping by at lunchtime to whip up a seafood special.

Carnival week diary

28 July 2011 - 11:37am

Sunday 31st July -
Crowning of the Carnival Queen, 5.30pm on the quay.
St Mawes Carnival Harbour Swim, 6pm. The swim will take place from Summers Beach into the Harbour (approx distance 350m). Register on the quay from 2pm.

Monday 1st August -
St Mawes Fun Run, race starts at 6.30pm on the quay.
Register from 5.15pm outside St Mawes Bakery.

Tuesday 2nd August -
Children's Crabbing Competition on the quay, 6.15pm. Register from 5pm.

Record Fleet of 12 pilot Cutters heading for St Mawes

18 May 2011 - 6:11pm

This could be the biggest gathering of pilot cutters in the UK since the 19th Century when ports like Bristol and Falmouth were home to many pilot boats vying for the lucrative pilot trade.  We have only just counted the pilot cutters coming and it looks like we have at least 12 on their way to the West Country for a record turnout.
Eve, Annabel J, Pegasus, Amelie Rose, Mischief, Mascotte, Cornubia, Charmian, Kochi, Agnes, Hesper, Edith Gray.

Fine start to April

13 April 2011 - 12:23pm

Well, the weather recently has been superb. Lovely sunshine and blue skys all round. However some say this could be a sign that we're in for an early Summer and therfore August may not be to good? Who knows, lets just enjoy it while we can!

The 'Big Freeze' - What big freeze?

19 December 2010 - 12:00am

While the rest of the country may be going through arduous snowy conditions and sub zero tempertures, St Mawes has escaped almost all of it!

There has been the odd snow flurry for a few minutes with very little settlement and the coldest its been is about -4c, so if you're getting fed up of the snow, why not come down  to St Mawes and escape it all!

St Mawes Fireworks !

22 October 2010 - 4:13pm

The annual St Mawes fireworks are back!

The fireworks will take place in the harbour on the 5th of November at 7PM

COME AND WATCH A SPECTACULAR DISPLAY IN SAFETY!
DONATIONS FOR THE FIREFIGHTERS CHARITY AND OTHER LOCAL CHARITIES

DONATIONS CAN BE MADE AT BARCLAYS BANK
QUOTE.ST MAWES FIRE BRIGADE

Please note, if you have pets ensure they're indoors and safe before the start at 7pm

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St Mawes tides

Tide times for the 16th December 2017

03:48 - High Tide (4.72m)
10:28 - Low Tide (0.99m)
16:06 - High Tide (4.73m)
22:48 - Low Tide (0.85m)

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Charles and Camilla in Bakery
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Freshwater
Percuil River
Cornish Bagpipes
St Mawes Carnival 8
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St Mawes Primary School

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