All our window displays are unique and handcrafted by our small team in Falmouth. Each year we like to create a floral window display, and this summer, after trying out lots of different ideas, we finally decided on large white paper flowers. Read the rest of this entry »
We are looking to recruit a Senior Sales Advisors to join us in a our shop in Falmouth.
We are looking for a bubbly, enthusiastic Senior Sales Advisor to join our friendly team. Previous retail experience within a similar role with senior sales or key holder responsibility is highly desirable.
You will need to be flexible with regards to working hours and be highly motivated.
For more information please see the job description below:
Please email all applications to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday 13th July 2016.
Last Sunday afternoon the Princess Pavilion in Falmouth, played host to the start of the Shore to Shore poetry tour. Headed up by Poet Laureate, Carol Ann Duffy, the tour celebrated independent bookshops, poetry and community. Dame Carol Ann devised the tour to give something back to the local, independent bookshops she has such an affinity with. Read the rest of this entry »
The time has almost arrived, our Falmouth shop window has been taken over by 40 paper boats hand made from copies of the Seasalt Times, and voices around the design studios are warming up for a weekend of shanty singing. Read the rest of this entry »
Our Window Team has been busy preparing our Christmas window displays for this year’s theme of ‘Snowflake Christmas’. Read the rest of this entry »
Although the official start of autumn is still a few days away, things in Cornwall are certainly feeling more autumnal by the minute. The weather is cooler and crispy leaves are finding their way along our paths. No matter how much we love a Cornish summer there is something about the colours of autumn that we can’t help but get excited about.
We love any excuse to get out on the water, and a regatta gives us the perfect excuse to ditch the desks and jump aboard a boat to cheer on sailing crews.
The summer months are the ideal time for boat races, waters are calmer and the weather balmy, (although being in Cornwall we take this with a pinch of salt and make sure we have a trusty Seafolly in hand) and we’re lucky enough to have lots of events taking place right on our doorsteps.
Falmouth Week Regatta starts today. Both beginners and experts will take to the Carrick Roads and Falmouth Bay in a series of races, there are events throughout the town as well as the eagerly anticipated Champagne Race.
The annual Champagne Race takes place on Wednesday, culminating in a display from the Red Arrows. This traditional race earned its name after avid sailor Lord Shawcross and his friend, Jack Silley, broke free from the main race they were taking part in in 1951 and raced between themselves to settle the result. The loser graciously presented the winner with a case of champagne and so the tradition was born. All types of boat can take place in this race and seeing all the boats out in the bay is a real highlight of the week.
The Salcombe Yacht Club Regatta is also taking place this week, celebrating their 120th regatta!
The Fowey Regatta (16th-22nd August) is one not be missed. Aside from a full programme of races, there’s also a carnival through the town, sandcastle competitions, gig rowing, crab catching competitions, closing with a fireworks display over the Fowey River.
The Dartmouth Royal Regatta takes place over the 27th – 29th August. The annual regatta on the River Dart started back in 1822, and after a visit from Queen Victoria in the 1850s it was granted Royal status. This year, nearly 300 boats will be taking to the water, local rowing teams will battle it out to become champions, and aircraft including the Red Arrows will take to the skies for spectacular air demonstrations.
Good luck to everyone taking part in a regatta this month, and if you’re going along to support pop into one of our shops and say hi, we’ll be in the regatta spirit.
“…heave away, haul away / Haul away, you’ll hear me sing…”
We had an amazing time at the Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival this weekend. We’ve still got shanties ringing in our ears, and we’re all dancing our way around the studio.