Birds, Animals, Flora, Fauna and Fungi around St Austell Bay.
Black Head to Gribbin Head.
Sunday, 11 November 2012
Hi it's Andy from Shrewsbury again. down at the weekend for a family event - mixed weather! but got some nice photo's on Saturday. Would welcome advice on the swans - not sure what they are. Canada Geese dont usually take my interest, but I liked the pics. More to follow from Par beach on Sunday. Report and photographs Andrew Thomas. Hi Andy. I hope you had a nice visit .
A Market Town since 1189 and has now undergone a major regeneration program .
The new shopping and leisure centre (White River Place) opened October 2009 and employs 500 - 700 people.
Imery's modernized China Clay industry employs 2000 which is a huge drop from the early 20th Century when tin, copper and china clay found in the hills made St Austell a major Cornish industrial centre.
Another industry still alive and kicking is the St Austell Brewery which celebrated 150 years of trading in 2001.
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