Congregation at Gunwalloe Church Cove, about 1910
The congregation crossing Gunwalloe Church Cove from the church of St Winwaloe, possibly All Saints Day, abaout 1910.
Gunwalloe Church Cove, about 1906
An Eddy & Son coloured postcard view of Gunwalloe Church Cove, showing the church of St Winwaloe. It is postmarked Helston and was sent on 13th January 1906.
Winianton Farm, Gunwalloe Church Cove, about 1940
A photographic postcard of Winianton Farm at Gunwalloe Church Cove, about 1940. Photograph by A H Hawke of Helston.
All Saints Day, Gunwalloe Church Cove, about 1910
All Saints Day at Gunwalloe Church Cove showing a vicar and other members of the church and congregation praying by the water's edge. Photograph by A H Hawke of Helston, about 1910.
Gunwalloe Church, about 1900
Gunwalloe Church by Beringer's of Helston, about 1900. Dedicated to Saint Winwaloe, the existing church dates from the late 15th to early 16th century. The west gable end of the nave survives from the original church which is believed to be pre 1400. Located at Church Cove, Gunwalloe, it is the only Cornish church sited on a beach.
Punch and Judy Show at Gunwalloe Church Cove, 1979
Crowd watching a Punch and Judy show on the beach at Gunwalloe Church Cove in August, 1979. Press photograph from the Helston Packet, 31.8.1979.
Royal Navy Hovercraft at Gunwalloe Church Cove, 1977
A Royal Navy hovercraft on the sand at Gunwalloe Church Cove on 30th April 1977. The 90 foot long, 105 ton vessel was designed by Vosper Thorneycroft and was chartered by the Royal Navy. Based in Hampshire, it was circumnavigating the British Isles with a crew of 17 commanded by Commander N T Bennett. The hovercraft was met by the fuel and salvage section from RNAS Culdrose. This is a press photograph taken by RNAS Culdrose and was published in the Helston Packet on 6th May 1977