I don't get officials from UK that often. This one arrived this week, sent by a lithuanian woman married to a pakistani man.
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St Mawes is a small town on the Roseland Peninsula on the south coast of Cornwall, England.
An important port in medieval times and now a picturesque harbour with whitewashed houses and a small fishing fleet, it is protected by the most perfectly preserved of Henry VIII's coastal fortresses, St. Mawes Castle. The village remains a centre for a range of watersports activities and offers two fine sandy beaches.