Thank you Sarah for your help....I will do some further research to see what comes up in the places you recommend...its just that I am curious about the local history of Tintagel, rather than the Arthurian side. I would have liked to see on a phot what the gardens looked like then & maybe get to view any diaries, especially in the late 19th century & early twentieth c.
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I think the `essence` of village life is in the heart of its social history...so maybe we could request via a local newspaper or this site (which alas is dependant on viewers)...for past recollections etc.
I was talking to somebody the other day who vaguely remembered a Miss or Misses Weeton (or Weadon/Wheeton?) that lived at The Wootons...so was it not always a public house, comes the next question...I don`t suppose you know?
Also the history of the old folks home at the back of the doctors...places like that can hold a treasure of future informatiion that is worth logging down somewhere before it gets lost!
I must get hold of those `collections` you mention, to look over.
Thank you for your help Sarah it is most appreciated.