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Imperial Service Medal presentation to Bruce Netherton at Restormel Castle, Lanlivery Parish, Cornwall. June 1989 Featured March Print

Imperial Service Medal presentation to Bruce Netherton at Restormel Castle, Lanlivery Parish, Cornwall. June 1989

Bruce Netherton, centre, accompanied by his wife Florence, receives the Imperial Service Medal from Beric Morley, Regional Director English Heritage. Mr Netherton worked for 40 years at Restormel Castle, 30 of them in charge as custodian, and had already the Queen's Jubilee Medal. Bruce, who retired in 1986, remembers welcoming many visitors to the castle including Queen Elizabeth (later known as Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother) in 1950 when the entrance gates had to be taken down to allow her Rolls Royce to enter the grounds. Photographer: Jonathan Barker

© RIC, photographer Jonathan Barker

Rose Cottage and Much in Little, Trevalga, Cornwall. 1966 Featured March Print

Rose Cottage and Much in Little, Trevalga, Cornwall. 1966

A view of Grade II listed cottages at Trevalga which form part of an unaltered group in the picturesque village of Trevalga. Pictured are Rose Cottage on the left, the centre cottage of three, and Much in Little on the right. Trevalga was left in trust to Marlborough College, a public school in Wiltshire, by the last Lord of the Manor, Gerald Curgenven, in order to preserve its character and remain unspoiled for future generations. Photographer: Charles Woolf

© RIC, photographer Charles Woolf

Opening of new livestock unit, Churchtown Farm, Lanlivery, Cornwall. October 1987 Featured March Print

Opening of new livestock unit, Churchtown Farm, Lanlivery, Cornwall. October 1987

BBC South West Spotlight weather presenter Craig Rich (centre) is shown around the new livestock unit of Churchtown Farm, Lanlivery, which he declared open. Craig joined Spotlight in 1978 and was the first regional weather presenter for the BBC. Craig retired in 2003 but still makes occasional appearances on the programme when his successor, David Braine is away. Just prior to this retirement, Craig was presented with a lifetime achievement award by the South West branch of the Royal Television Society. Churchtown Farm provided outdoor activity holidays for disabled people before closing in 2011. It was run at various times by the charities Vitalise and Scope. Photographer: Jonathan Barker

© RIC, photographer Jonathan Barker