Date: Saturday 25th August 2018
'The Hound of the Baskervilles'
Who killed Sir Charles Baskerville?
Can anyone prevent the same fate befalling the young Sir Henry Baskerville?
Is a monstrous hound really roaming Dartmoor?
Why is someone systematically stealing Sir Henry’s shoes?
And how does a ghostly hound manage to leave vast paw-prints and other unwelcome evidence of its existence?
The original and greatest literary detective of them all, Sherlock Holmes, and his assistant Doctor Watson, tackle the most baffling case of their careers in this faithful, cheeky but chilling adaptation...
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St Ives Visitor Information
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Tickets in advance :
Adult : £14.00
Over65s : £12.00
Students : £12.00
Under16s : £8.00
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Carn Marth Trust
Carn Marth Trust
Carn Marth, a hill in West Cornwall, lies a couple of miles southeast of Redruth and is one of the series of ancient hills that run down the backbone of Cornwall stretching all the way to Lands End.
That they have attracted people through the ages is hardly a surprise. From before the Bronze Age they have been natural places of refuge, offering easily defended bases and view points out over what was the densely wooded landscape of prehistoric Britain.
In more recent times they have been perfect sites for beacons to warn of impending attack, mark victories and celebrations of all sorts.
Carn Marth Trust - Caring for land on Carn Marth for all to enjoy