Artist: Terry Harrison
The beauty of the charming fishing village of Mousehole delights the many thousands of visitors that love Cornwall. Nestling on the south coast, on the shore of Mounts Bay, it offers an array of shops, pubs and restaurants for all tastes. Amongst the many chapters in its proud history is the night of 19th December 1981, when the Penlee lifeboat put out in hurricane force winds and capsized with the loss of all on-board. The old slipway at Penlee Point is preserved as a memorial. Beautifully painted by artist Terry Harrison, this 1, 000 piece puzzle is made from the highest quality 100% recycled board and is therefore a pleasure to handle again and again.
This one took a little longer to put together, but was a fun one.