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The disaster prompted a massive public appeal for the benefit of the village of Mousehole which raised over PS3 million (equivalent to PS10.6 million in 2016), although there was an outcry when the government tried to tax the donations.
Beyond Mousehole is Lamorna, which didn't really seem like a destination worthy of note, more a car park lined by a few cottages, but the rocky beach looked pleasant enough.
Ona Mary Unwin has been missing since she set sail from the fishing port of Mousehole in Cornwall towards her home in north Devon on 13 October.
Falmouth Coastguard said the woman failed to make contact with relatives on Sunday evening as expected, having left the Cornish port of Mousehole to head north to Bideford in Devon at around 6.30pm the previous day.
As part of the agreement, each rig package includes Forum's Offline Activity Crane, Wrangler WR120 Iron Roughneck, Wrangler PW5000 Elevated Catwalk and Rotating Mousehole.
Great British Bake Off (BBC2, 8pm) The contestants arrive in Mousehole in Cornwall where they have to take on the most difficult task in the baking industry-making a decent pastry.
His widow, Katie, from Mousehole, Cornwall, said he was a loving husband and father to their three-year-old son, Henry, and 10-month-old daughter, Daisy.
In a mousehole," some of them said, referring to the campaign colours of Mousavi, whose supporters held mass rallies in recent weeks.
bullet glanced a molar, ricocheted, left a mousehole in his cheek.
If you want a holiday a deux, Taylor Cottage at Mousehole might be ideal.
Artists like Alice Coats with The Little Weir of 1930 shows a Japanese influence and there are other artists of lovely watercolours which show how the Birmingham-trained artists spread around the country such as British Camp, Malvern, 1938, Durham: Dusk, 1930 and The Harbour, Mousehole, 1925.
* The Mousehole Cat, written by Antonia Barber, illustrated by Nicola Bayley