Posted by Martin Hutchings on
Gribbin Head has stood tall on the Cornish cliffs for nearly two hundred years as a guide for shipping on their way to the perfect, natural harbour of Fowey. But, for many more centuries, this very same spot has also been the site for flaming beacons, flags and other warning signals of threatened invasion.
On a bright, windy day in early Autumn, we climbed the hill to stand directly beneath it and marvel at its bold red and white stripes. The stripe can both warn and attract...the zebra must hate its handsome stripes when the lions approach...
Well, we've just revamped our website and want everybody to come and take a look. So, with the power of the stripe in mind, here are some of our new products and you're more than welcome to invade the site and devour as many products as you like!