Our homemade multigrain dough is what makes our pizza truly unique. Rested for two days gives it the ultimate lightness and taste. Find us tonight in Hayle outside @hayle.rfc from 5-8 📞on 07484644170 to preorder 🍕😁🔥
The train journey from St Erth to St Ives is one of the most scenic in Britain 🚂
With spectacular views as the line sweeps along the Hayle Estuary Nature Reserve, the golden dunes of Lelant and the surfers at Hawkes Point before arriving in beautiful St Ives🚉
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Hayle we’re finally returning this evening to serve you our delicious artisan pizza made from the best Cornish and Italian ingredients. We’ll be parked at the Rugby Club from 5-8pm. Order at the van and enjoy a drink while you wait or preorder on 07484644170 🍕🍕🍕🍕
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S T - I V E S • Cornwall 🏴 🇬🇧 ~ who would you stay here with?
This beautiful holiday home is on the Hayle Estuary in Lelant a stones throw from the always charming St.Ives further West.
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I've finally found one.
A violet sea snail. Here is a bit of info for you of this truly remarkable snail who spends all its life at sea and takes its colour from 'by-the-wind sailor' Velella Velella which it feeds on. 💜
The violet sea snail (Janthina janthina), also known as the Bubble Raft Snail, is a species of sea snail which has a truly strange life cycle. While they are a tropical species which is mainly at home around the equator they have been confirmed to be present around the south west coast of England, in parts of the English Channel and off the coast of Wales and the south of the Republic of Ireland.
This species begins life as a free swimming larvae. Once it reaches its adult from it produces a mucus which it agitates with its foot to mix it with air fill it with bubbles. This creates a ‘bubble raft’ which keeps the adult sea snail floating on the surface of the sea, upside down with its shell hanging downwards. This species will spend the rest of its life in this manner, feeding on floating jellyfish. Mating is done by the male releasing sperm which come into contact with females and fertilise the eggs inside. If, at any stage of its life the violet sea snail become detached from its bubble raft it will sink to the seabed. Once there it is unable to create another bubble raft since it can only produce the mucus and cannot blow bubbles itself. Violet sea snails which find themselves stranded on the seabed are not adapted to life there at all and will soon die. Violet sea snails are so called simply because the lightweight shell they live in is made up of various shades of purple and the animal inside is itself violet in colour. A fully grown violet sea snail is usually around 3 to 4cm across the shell
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