Around 100 people turned up over the course of the 2 hours, including two local MPs - Terri Teverson and Julia Goldsworthy. That's a lot of people for a small Cornish town in January, especially considering it wasn't a rave. We leafletted, chatted with people - the overwhelming majority of passers-by were supportive - held silences, had a number of people speaking, and threw shoes (see below; all the shoes are now being posted to the Israeli embassy.) £192 was raised for the Red Cross Gaza Appeal, and there was enthuseam to keep the momentum going for future campaigns. E-mail me to get involved.