Monday, February 15, 2010

Hayle Cornwall And Its Industrial Background

Hayle Cornwall is found in England, United Kingdom. It is on the south part of the St. Ives Bay featuring a three-mile golden beach, internationally famous for attracting migratory birds. That's why this spot is also known for bird watchers. This village with a cargo port is also home to lots of wild orchids by the roadside. Hayle is included in the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape UNESCO World Heritage Site. This landscape is found on the northern part of the Cornwall coast, and was said to be existing since the Bronze Age, which further shows how rich their history and culture is.

The town's golden beach is from the Hayle River up to the Godrevy Lighthouse, offering very nice waters in St. Ives Bay. Because of that, the beaches feature lots of water activities such as surfing and swimming. You may also choose to stay on the sand, and sunbathe under the Hayle Cornwall sun.

It is divided into Foundry and Copperhouse, two districts that make up this small town. The names depict Hayle's industrial influence from settlers around 2000 years ago.

The town is home to Phillack Church, and was once the parish church of Hayle. It was made in the 15th century, but buildings around town were mostly built in the nineteenth century.

The Bucket of Blood near the church is an old pub with an amusing story. It has been said that the pub owner retrieved a head from a well some 200 years ago, giving this pub its current name.

For attractions in Hayle Cornwall, visit the Paradise Park with the whole family. This family-oriented theme park features conservation sites for the Cornish chough, a number of birds, as well as a breeding center for rare birds. Kids can play in the playground or visit the small zoo in the area, and simply enjoy their time in this history-rich town.

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