Heligan, seat of the Tremayne family for over 400 years. Between 1770 to 1914, four generations created a thriving , almost self-sufficient community. But all members of the community either died or lost during the war. The land was finally probated and auctioned off by the government. The land was overgrown by weeds. It was in 1990, some 75 years later, thrilling discoveries led to 25 years of garden restoration to its original state. It is a fascinating place that one can easily spend a whole day enjoying and learning.
The golden haired Tamworth piglets:
We made one stop at Fowey, took some pictures, and bought two pasti to eat as lunch before heading toward London.