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Open up that advent calendar, start filling those stockings and take a big sip of fragrant mulled wine because it's December! Find out what festivities are filling the Cornish calendar in the final month of 2015...
The lead up to Christmas means one thing: endless mince pies. Why not start sampling the very best now? Here is our pick of the very best Cornish mine pies...
'Tis the season to shop! Lucky for us, Cornwall this Christmas is bustling with festive markets absolutely brimming with mulled wine, mince pies and that little something special for this year's Christmas stockings. So pass up the stuffy indoor department store for these magical Cornish markets.
From the middle of November, Christmas lights will be illuminated across Cornwall. Here's the round up of dates and times for your local light switch ons, lantern parades, late night shopping and Father Christmas appearances.
“@vegcornwall We will see you there!”
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.
It's November already? Yes that's right, winter is fully underway and we're getting ready for the festivities ahead. Think fireworks, mulled wine, and Christmas fairs full of Cornish food and gifts.
Nadelik Lowen! We have this year's Christmas shopping sorted with our guide to a Cornish Christmas!
In celebration of #WorldFoodDay we have picked out five excellent farmer's markets in Cornwall to promote buying locally, supporting farmers, the economy and taking care of the environment.
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.
“Sometimes you just need some #Cornish sun to keep the spirits up #FridayFeeling #cornwall https://t.co/2NKafUbaBt”
myCornwall are here to help you pick out the best local sausages to make your meal that little bit tastier.
To celebrate #WorldVegetarianDay, we've looked high and low across Cornwall and found the very best mouthwatering places to eat without meat.
The castles and museums of Cornwall take us back to days of old, teaching us about Cornwall's cherished heritage. Learn about the legends that link us to those that built, fought and lived on these sites hundreds of years ago.
This month's coolest day out is Maker Heights, Milbrook on the Rame Peninsula, a real gem in South East Cornwall surrounded by incredible views of the River Tamar and steeped in Cornish heritage.
Cornwall's alluring countryside is filled with unusual wildlife, cascading waterfalls and ruins of Cornwall's past. Here is our local's guide to five enchanting woodland trails.
“@BedruthanHotel we will be there!”
It was not that long ago that lighthouse keepers braved all weathers to man Trinity's Cornish Lighthouses as myCornwall's Mark Pugh found out when he spoke to former lighthouse keeper Leigh Jacobs and visited the Lizard Lighthouse Heritage Centre.
With breathtaking views and beautiful tropical gardens, Cornwall is the perfect location to eat in the garden. From Penzance to Torpoint, we've found the very best cafes and restaurants to dine alfresco.
This month's 'Meet the Chef' is Mark Callaby of The Beach House overlooking Widemouth Bay. Discover the delicious French cooking with a global influence that makes The Beach House unique.
What's the connection between ice skating penguins, an industrial dockyard and Bobo the dog? The answer is the artist Caroline Pedler, whose work has encompassed all of these things...
For this month's coolest day out we visit Portscatho. This beautiful village boasts uninterrupted views of the rugged Cornish coast, brilliant places to eat out and a thriving artistic community.