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Images from the wreath laying ceremony at the War Memorial at St Columb Major following the Remembrance Parade and Service. After the wreath laying a new commemorative seat was unveiled by the Mayor of St Columb, Councillor Paul Wills, and Officer Commanding RAF St Mawgan Wing Commander G R Bazalgette. This is to mark the 70th anniversary's of VE and VJ days plus the 75 anniversary of the "Battle of Britain".
St Columb Major Carnival Committee Harvest Festival took place at the Red Lion. The auctioneer was Sid Bennett and a total of £1335.79 was raised towards next year's Carnival.
Earlier in the Evening the City of Truro Pipes and Drums had played in aid of Mount Edgcumbe Hospice.
The Rotary Club of St Columb organised the Cornwall Coast & Clay Cycle Sportive with six routes from 10 miles to 100 miles. The event was started by "The Voice of Cycling" Phil Liggett
Cornish Wrestling at St Columb Major included the under-10s, under-12s, under-14s, under-16s and under-18s championships as well as the open competition
Some images from the St Columb Major Carnival
A glorious summer afternoon of music and relaxation, a part of the St Columb Carnival Week
Prize winners at the Vale of Lanherne Chase, a part of St Columb Major Carnival Week. It was won by Newquay Road Runner Marc Bayly in a time of 33mins 7secs from a field of 65 entries.
The Annual Civic Service at St Columb Major took place at the beginning of the town's Carnival Week
Two steam traction engines, Cornishman and Cornish Maid, which worked together in and around St Columb Major from 1919 to the late 1940s have been reunited after 70 years.
Burrell 2909 Cornishman, a single crank compound steam road locomotive, was built in 1907 and delivered new to Charles Parsons of Bridge, St Columb Major. Just over a decade, and a World War, later a second Burrell, 3816 Cornish Maid a double crank compound, was build as a special order with an extra long boiler and joined the Parsons' fleet. Both engines' working lives included threshing, wood sawing, and haulage of some of Anderton & Rowlands fairground equipment in the summer months.
Cornishman was sold in the late 1940s, and came into the ownership of Robert Hobbs of Kent in 2006 since when an extensive restoration has been carried out. The visit for the Boconnoc Steam Fair and to her home territory at St Columb Major was the engine's first return to Cornwall for 70 years. When Cornish Maid came to the end of her working life the preservation movement was just taking off and she appeared at Rallies in Cornwall. The late Mark Syms worked the engine with Charles Parsons' sons Horace & Baden, and she is now owned and maintained to a high standard by the Syms family of St Columb Major.
Images from the St Columb Major Old Cornwall Society Mid-summer Eve bonfire at Castle-an-Dinas
The second hurl of 2015 took place in rain which reduced the number of spectators if not participants. After half an hour hurling in the town the countrymen made a break for the parish boundary which, although it was briefly foiled by townsman Marco Ciarleglio looking for his fifth successive win, eventually saw Sean Johns carry the ball over the boundary at Trembleath. Sean recorded his tenth personal victory, his first for the country, who have broken a run of 19 straight wins for the townsmen.
The Shrove Tuesday Hurl at St Columb was won by Townsman Marco Ciarleglio who recorded his fourth successive victory.
The Fourburrow Hunt held their annual New Year's Day meet at the Silver Ball, St Columb Major
St Columb Major Christmas Lights went ahead after a lot of hard work by the new committee. The lights were switched on by Marcia Ward & Reuben Yabsley; Marcia also won first prize in the fancy dress competition
The Remembrance Parade at St Columb Major was led at St Dennis Band and attended by Civic dignitaries including the Deputy Lord Lieutenant, and local organisations
Members of St Columb Young Farmers Club presented a cheque for £1,500 to Cornwall Hospice Care
Members of St Columb Town Council planting the restored flower bed in Market Place
Images from the amazing 2014 St Columb Carnival!
Images from the 2014 Vale of Lanherne Chase, a part of St Columb Major Carnival Week
The commemoration at St Columb Major of the anniversary of the start of World War One. 57 young men represented the 57 men of the armed forces from the parish who gave their lives in that conflict.
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