One of the year’s most memorable events was undoubtedly the Solar Eclipse in August. It proved that normal business rules don’t apply when celestial bodies conjoin. Along with the lucky assembled New Age travellers, campers and tourists was Pannell Kerr Forster’s head druid and senior moon partner Tony Cornelius. Tony viewed the eclipse from a stone circle not far from his holiday cottage near Fowey. Elsewhere advisers serving Devon and Cornwall’s ‘shadow economy’ urged clients to declare their income from the event or face the wrath of the Revenue and Customs. For those who may have missed it. Bad luck. The next such eclipse won’t be until 2091.
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