St. Ives live camPanoramic view of St. Ives Harbour Beach in Cornwall

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    • 9 hours ago
    • stewyripper

    St ives has a magical light which is why there are so many artists there

  • avatar
    • 19 hours ago
    • Patti

    Yesterday there was a wonderful sunrise, it seems to me that in spring and summer time St Ives is great with the sunrises.

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    • 1 day ago
    • Lois

    Looks busy there today, and warmer today.

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    • 2 days ago
    • Wisconsin Pam

    Thank you Simon Berry. Cornish pasties sound better than hot dogs! Thanks for the information about the kiosks.

  • avatar
    • 2 days ago
    • Simon Berry

    It needs to warm up, it is nearly May and I have closed the windows and put the heating on again. It will be a while till it feels as warm as it looks

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    • 2 days ago
    • Chris

    Simon,they give the weather good for Easter weekend,hope they have lots of pasties,don't forget the cream teas :)

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    • 2 days ago
    • Simon Berry

    It will be busy now till September, schools off, easter holidays, summer holidays and beaches are non-dog areas during the high season. The two kiosks on the slipway are for rib boat hire/rides and kayak paddleboard hire, seasonal only and if the weather is shocking they will go home as no customers will be there. Hot dog vendors on the streets in London but Cornish pasties will be more popular in St Ives.

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    • 2 days ago
    • Wisconsin Pam

    Lots of people here today. Looks like it is warmer. Does anyone know what the 2 kiosks are for by the driveway in the foreground? At first I thought they might be selling hot dogs, but I don't see any food being sold. You do have hot dogs in the UK don't you? Mustard, no ketchup!

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    • 3 days ago
    • maria rodgers

    Where have all these people come from so suddenly? It looks lovely there right now

  • avatar
    • 4 days ago
    • Wisconsin Pam

    Corinne M. We watched Downton Abbey when it ran a couple years ago. Now watching start of
    Les Miserables. Always intelligent, beautifully filmed programs.
    Looks like it's raining today; crowds are staying home. Yesterday we had 9 inches of heavy wet snow
    here. Week before it was in the 20's C.

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    • 5 days ago
    • Corinne M

    pam, you are in for a treat with downton abbey. i was not interested for ages then i finally got down to watching it. i loved it... havent seen poldark yet.

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    • 6 days ago
    • Wisconsin Pam

    LES H, yes we have watched Poldark. Beautiful countryside views. Also love "Vera". That seems to be
    filmed near shipping yards. We watch more of British, Australian, New Zealand TV shows than US TV.
    All on public television. Especially love Victoria and of course Downton Abbey. Bought the DVD set of
    Downton Abbey. LES, do you live in Cornwall?

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    • 6 days ago
    • LES H

    Wisconsin Pam
    watch poldark if you can receive it over there .thats filmed in lots of places in cornwall

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    • 1 week ago
    • Wisconsin Pam

    Chris, thank you for the information. I knew about Port Isaac, but didn't know where it was in relation to this
    webcam. Cornwall looks so very beautiful. We raise Shropshire sheep here in Brighton Wisconsin.
    We watch many BBC TV shows and see the beautiful countryside with lots of sheep!
    I especially enjoy these webcams from the UK Notice the tide must be in; the water is very high.
    (I'm not on F.B. either! Ha Ha!)