Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Sea View

I have told you a lot about the old town No 1 lighthouse road  Gowns and Garters  a plaice by the sea and all the other buildings on lighthouse road. But you don’t know so much about the other side of town Harbour view as had a lot of changes and many of the buildings are still to be billet or changed and some of the old buildings are gone. At one end of the road is Sea view the holiday let with the  The Cornish gift shop underneath the gift shop will be moving to new premises that have to be built yet  and when it moves there are planes for the shop to be a convenience store so both visitors and locals can get everything they need. Above the shop is the holiday let a property that sleeps 4 with a double sofa bed in the living area and 2 beds in the bedroom it as a lovely shower room to wash away the sand after a day at the beach and a nice kitchen area if you would like to cook some of the lovely local food or just to make tea to go with your cream tea bought from the bakery. The property is owned by Sally and Tony sally was born in the bay and as lived there all her life but tony as not they meat when Tony was on holiday in Newquay in 1985. Tony fell in love with sally and the bay and moved there when they got married in 1986 they moved in to sea view which was given to them by sally’s grandfather but in 1991 when their second child was born it just was not big enough for them and they bought a house in the bay but kept sea view and rent it out to holiday makers. Sally is the local district nurse and Tony is the plumber. They have two children Antony who is 25 and lives in Bristol and Lauren who is 21 and still lives in the bay and coursed a lot of gossip when she moved in with her boyfriend Jo and they are not married and she is now expecting her first baby. This is still a small town where every one knows every one and many of the older residents don’t like the modern ways I dear not even tell you why Antony moved away and how that coursed  even more gossip then Lauren and Jo.

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