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

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    • 5 days ago
    • steve

    apparently it is a very tame seal and there are notices about not feeding it and leaving it alone.

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    • 6 days ago
    • steve

    was that a seal the lady in the wet suite was trying to coax back out / away from the beach around 0815 14 Oct

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    • 7 days ago
    • John McCann

    Nigel Mosley ... And.

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    • 1 week ago
    • Capture Sam

    12oct18--A Thank You to our host, St Ives Tourism Association - Visit Cornwall, for sponsoring this 'live cam' view of St. Ives Harbour Beach in Cornwall, splendid.

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    • 1 week ago
    • Nigel Mosley

    What a generalisation of "The Young Folk" and no doubt based on opinion not fact. My son loves playing on his ipad (as do most kids) however, the first thing he asks when we get on the beach and he spots other children, is "Can I see if they want to play", so stating that "the young folk do not play or even talk to each other" is again another opinion by what I am guessing is an out of touch different generation. He will happily play in the sea, or on the sand building sand castles (or dams to prevent the incoming waves) all day without even mentioning an electronic device, and as he is playing with many other children, I guess they are of the same mindset.

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    • 3 weeks ago
    • Ann Mundy

    Wedding photos on the beach this afternoon. 1/10/18 3.15pm.

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • Peter Dutton

    Blimey, where is everybody this morning!!

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    • 1 month ago
    • Avril Bailey

    Hi Chazy, I lived up north and Blackpool and Southport were our trips out, picnic on way there, no sand in sandwiches. I was lucky dad was a train driver so we holidayed on southcoast travelling by train and staying in a caravan. Money was tight but we always had a good time

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    • 2 months ago
    • maria rodgers

    Oh chazy. I just read your message and i really associated with it. Those were the days eh?

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    • 2 months ago
    • Corinne M

    yes robin, you are right. it gets really busy sometimes. i also wonder why are cars allowed on this narrow street... why is the council not answering you?

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    • 2 months ago
    • Robin Smith

    Anyone else noticed how dangerous this road is ? I have seen young children being pulled away from cars, why in peek weeks is traffic allowed along here ? I have asked the council with no reply.

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    • 2 months ago
    • Audrey Mason

    Nothing like a bit of nostalgia, I'm also a 50's child and yes can recall that special one day each year where we went to the seaside on a Sunday School outing.
    Didn't get as far as St. Ives in those days but wouldn't mind a look there now as I daily
    look at this cam.

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    • 2 months ago
    • jones body repairs

    Parents always took us there as kids in the 70`s and stayed at Mr Gills flats.
    Why can`t i wind the clock back .
    Looks at bit commercialized now!

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    • 2 months ago
    • Sharron Reynolds

    I agree Chazy. Life was so simple then. We just loved a day at the beach. No cellphones or social media to spoil our childhood. We played games and generally enjoyed each others company. Today, unfortunately, the young folk do not play or even talk to each (I mean face to face talking). Having said that , here in South Africa, we have wonderful weather so do not rush to the beaches when the sun shines as it does 90% of the time. When I have travelled, which I have on many occasions, to the UK I have noticed come rain, hail or shine the Brits are out and about which is wonderful. Enjoy your summer everyone. Lots of love xx