Sunday, 29 July 2012

Olympic Games: Cornwall medal hopes. Inventors in Cornwall.

OUR OLYMPIC MEDAL HOPES


Sailing. Ainsley, Ben. Ben went to school down here, and learnt to sail in Falmouth.

Fencing. Bond-Williams, Louise. Louise lives in Truro.

Rowing. Glover, Helen. Helen is a PE teacher, and was born in Truro.

Cycling – Track. Houvenaghel, Wendy. Wendy is a dentist, and lives in Bodmin.

Fencing. Honeybone, James. James was born and lives in Truro.

Fencing. Williams, Sophie. Sophie was born and lives in Truro.

Rowing. Vernon, Annie. Annie was born in Truro.
Congratulations to our competitors, and well done, Truro Fencing Club.


INVENTORS IN CORNWALL:



SPROGGIE® was invented by Michael Mailling: an award-winning clip-on spoon attaches to the nozzle of squeezy food bags for children.

Sproggie, PO Box 1, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11.

01326 377229




Flock-follies were invented by Jayne Tarasun: delightful bird-feeders, bone china bird drinkers, bird sculptures made from offcuts, and playhouse follies for children.

jayne@tarasun.co.uk
Telephone 01326 221750 or 0777 215 008