Our new October/November issue is now available in shops or via subscription, and we’ve got Poldark secrets, delicious food and a wealth of content for you to explore in the upcoming months. Following the second series of Poldark airing, we’ve got behind the scenes photos that will tease fans and followers across the county. With >> read more
This November is going to be an extravaganza of events in Cornwall. We’ve handpicked a select 10, so you can get into the festive mood with carnivals and fairs, or enjoy evenings out watching live music and celebrated films. Your only guide necessary for the month of November. Helston Museum – The War at Sea >> read more
Coffee, it can be as simple as adding hot water, or as complex as decorative froth and pumpkin-spiced syrups, either way we love it and we’ve rounded up eleven of the best coffee shops in Cornwall for you to visit on those quiet afternoons. These coffee shops are listed in no particular order, we recommend >> read more
Give your kid, grandkid, younger brother or sister a day to remember at one of these adventure playgrounds and fun activities in Cornwall.
Feature Image Credit – Sean Biehle Over the weekend and late last week, we all followed the supposed ‘Marmitegate’. With the news breaking that product distributor Unilever would be raising the price on some of their household products thank to the dropping value of the pound, a war was declared between Tescos and the manufacturer. >> read more
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Top 3 Sunday Dinners in Cornwall. For some, Sunday dinners are a staple for their weekend. They can bring families and friends together, and top off a good Sunday by providing delicious and plentiful wholesome food for all. Here at myCornwall, we all loves these traditional meals, and our Cornish restaurants/pubs do the greatest ones >> read more
Now that the rainy days are becoming more frequent, here are some ideas for things to do when your dry weather plans have been turned upside down by an unexpected downpour.
Perhaps not purposely hidden, the roles that women have played in history are often overlooked. Yet they make up 51% of our population. Of course, the tide continues to change. Women’s voices are heard more often in decision-making and on public platforms. Inspirational women like Michelle Obama, Malala Yousafzai and Laverne Cox all give women >> read more
There's no better place than Cornwall to enjoy fresh delicious seafood. Look out across the sea and dig into the freshest of fish at one of these amazing restaurants dotted along the Cornish coast.
With the summer season in full swing enjoy a traditional Cornish Cream Tea with these top thirteen chosen by the team at myCornwall
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In recent years, Cornwall has produced some excellent comedians that have provided their audiences with a laugh out loud release from everyday life. However, comedy isn’t just a recent export from the Cornish shores. Samuel Foote, an 18th century Cornish funny man, is considered to be the first ever stand-up comedian. We explore his life >> read more
Coming to Penwith Gallery, St Ives on October 15th-November 13th, a fantastic show on The Art of Printmaking will intrigue audiences around the county. Celebrating the world of fine-art printmaking, thirteen local printmakers, together with three ceramicists show us that printmaking is a stimulating and varied way of creating remarkable contemporary art. With the understanding >> read more
They’re a pretty familiar sight to our Cornish beaches over the summer, and always provide interesting photos, debates and conversations but truthfully how much do you know about jellyfish? Here is myCornwall’s Top facts list about these gelatinous guests, as adapted from our article in the latest myCornwall magazine: 1: Jellyfish are closely related to >> read more
This month’s ‘Meet the Chef’ is with Stuart Macguire of The Rum and Crab shack in St Ives. Discover the relaxed atmosphere, favourite food and best rum drinks around. So, tell me a bit about yourself: My name is Stuart Mcguire and I am the head chef and Part owner with my brother Chris >> read more
In a new addition to the magazine, we explore Cornwall’s photographic archives with a selection of arresting images capturing the county’s past. All images kindly supplied by The Cornish Studies Library. — Fun and shenanigans at Lostwithiel Carnival in 1948 — The Queen and Prince Philip visiting Lostwithiel in 1962 — Redruth Railway station in >> read more
“Great views of COMMON DOLPHINS on the Scillonian III on Saturday 15th October during our journey back to Penzance.… https://t.co/Pl958cnmU1”
Down in Cornwall, we’re pretty lucky with our transport. If you fancied a day out in the car, there’s plenty of gems tucked down country lanes, and a large variety of routes to enjoy. However, for those who can’t or just don’t want to drive, we’ve got plenty of options for you. Open-top scenic bus tours >> read more
When you think of Cornwall, what comes to mind? Sapphire seas? Sandy beaches? Scrumptious cream teas? These are all suitable answers but for some tourists traveling to Cornwall this summer, there is an attraction that surpasses the landscape and breathtaking scenery, and that is the world of Rosamunde Pilcher. Born in Lelant, Pilcher spent >> read more
In Cornwall, we’re very proud of our abundance of seafood bar and restaurants. Fresh from the pages of our August/September issue (available now in shops and via subscription), we’re giving you a small selection of our top choices of where to eat and try this sunshine season. 1: Boscastle Fish Company – Boscastle. With fresh >> read more
Seaweeds are amazing. Along with seagrasses, they produce over half our oxygen in our atmosphere, provide living habitats for a wide variety of creatures to forage, spawn and nurse in, and they’re a refuge from predators for fish and invertebrates. So ultimately, they are pretty good all rounders. Here in Cornwall, we have fantastic access >> read more
With just over a month to go until Poldark comes back onto our screens, and I know I’m not alone when I say I can’t wait for our dashing Cornish man of action to be throwing himself around Cornish cliffs, and smoldering out through the television screens. With not much revealed about this eagerly anticipated >> read more
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