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Mayor Making, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. May 1997 Featured Lostwithiel Image

Mayor Making, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. May 1997

The whole Lostwithiel Town Council at the Mayor Choosing for Councillor John Andrew. Mr Andrew was Mayor in 1996 and 1997. Back Row from left to right: Jonathan Abbiss, Town Sergeant; John Saundry; Rob Peareth; Warren Nicholls; John Reed; Dennis Hutchings; John Pegg; Chris Jewels; Mervyn Jones; Dave Abbiss; Andrew Daniell, Sergeant at Mace. Front Row from left to right: Jude Martelli; Jeanne Jones; Fran Dennison, Town Clerk; John Andrew, Mayor; George Stuchbery, Deputy Mayor; Ricky Isaacs, Mavis Isaacs. The group are photographed in front of the recently refurbished Taprell House, which houses the Methodist Church, an art gallery, the library and meeting rooms. Photographer: Jonathan Barker

© RIC, photographer Jonathan Barker

Town Crier, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. May 1988 Featured Lostwithiel Image

Town Crier, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. May 1988

Lostwithiel's Town Crier, Bill Doe, telling the people of the town of an event, on this occasion an auction organised by Playgroup. Bill was town crier from the mid 1970s, taking over from Harry Jewels, until the end of 1995, when Jonathan Abbiss took on the role. The Town Crier is also the Town Sergeant, in modern times a ceremonial post, requiring him to attend civic functions on behalf of the town. Bill, born in London, was evacuated to the town during the war, but enjoyed his time there so much that he returned in 1964 with his wife and 2 small children. He is pictured in Fore Street outside the town's Museum. Photographer: Jonathan Barker

© RIC, photographer Jonathan Barker

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

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