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Start the walk at The Greenbank Hotel – famous for its association with the Packet Service and Wind in the Willows – and walk past some of the old sea captains’ houses before exploring the centre of town and interesting buildings in the terraces above. The Royal Cornwall Yacht Club occupying the waterside building next to the Gardens, was founded in 1874 and is the most prestigious of five such organisations around Falmouth's magnificent harbour.Return to the town centre via Jacob’s Ladder steps before retracing your steps to finish back at The Greenbank. On the seaward side at the southern end of the Terrace is the site of the old Falmouth Prison.And just over 10 months later, it’s about to get another shake-up - arguably its biggest yet.On 20 May this year new European Union tobacco legislation, known as the Tobacco Products Directive (EUTPD), will come into force for tobacco manufacturers.There's classic pub grub on offer too though, if Thai doesn't tickle your fancy - and a traditional roast dinner available every Sunday.
Several newspapers have borne the title Falmouth Packet in the past.The third, Lake's Falmouth Packet & Cornwall Advertiser, is the ancestor of the present-day Falmouth & Penryn Packet; it started publication in 1858.Packet Newspapers used to be part of the Express Newspapers group (and, before that, its predecessor Beaverbrook Newspapers), but as of 1987 is a subsidiary of the Newsquest newspaper group's South West division.Carefully cross the road to have a look at The Packet Memorial dating from November 1898, when a public subscription raised nearly £300 for a permanent reminder of the service which operated from Falmouth between 16.Serving up a modern twist on traditional pub food, our speciality is aromatic, authentic Thai cuisine.The earliest, founded in 1801, was the Cornwall Gazette & Falmouth Packet, which lasted under that title for less than two years when the proprietor, one Thomas Flindell (1767-1824), was imprisoned for debt. In 1803 Flindell moved his operations to Truro and started the Royal Cornwall Gazette and Western Advertiser, which ultimately was absorbed into The West Briton following a bitter feud between the two publications.