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Returning to Penzance's 'lost valley' - BBC News
BBC News — Published 10 months ago
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Houses, walls, lanes and tree stumps - they've been hidden for decades underwater in Cornwall.
But this summer's heatwave revealed the 'lost valley' near Penzance that was once home to a small community of people.
The BBC's Jon Kay met its last surviving forming resident.

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forever tipsy
forever tipsy the uk has suffered yet more terrorist attacks from the religion of peace.... where is the BBC reports on that ? NOWHERE ..seriously fuck the BBC your days are numbered ,you will NOT win the censorship war
forever tipsy
forever tipsy BBC IS FAKE NEWS AND GOVERNMENT CONTROLLED NARRATIVE PROPAGANDA
Roger Ball
Roger Ball Is this Drift Reservoir, or Stithians? In the post-World War II years, Cornwall was plagued with water shortages, especially in warmer summers. My parents collected all they could, such as washing-up water, to irrigate plants in the garden: peas, broad beans, scarlet runner beans, raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, and so forth. Even the bath water would be dipped out and poured on the plants. Stithians reservoir made a huge difference when it was opened. I remember being taken to see it, because there was so much talk about it. I remember all the greenery of trees and hedges as we drove down to it. This doesn't look like that, so maybe it's Drift. So nice to hear a true Cornish accent.
Phil Dobson
Phil Dobson So sad
MMA man
MMA man No right-wing zionist agenda, BBC?