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Cornwall celebrates St Piran’s Day

Cornwall celebrates St Piran’s Day

Celebrations are taking place within Cornish communities across the world. We'd love to hear from you about what you and your community are doing to celebrate Cornwall's patron saint.

Should Cornwall follow Scotland’s lead?

Should Cornwall follow Scotland’s lead?

  A Referendum for Cornwall myCornwall magazine is running a special online referendum for readers and visitors to the website. The (my) Cornwall Referendum only takes a minute or two and the results will be published. If you are interested click on the link and take part. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WVN7X9Q  

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Restaurant Review: The Victoria Inn, Perranuthnoe

Restaurant Review: The Victoria Inn, Perranuthnoe

Join myCornwall's Editor Mark Pugh as he makes a visit to The Victoria Inn, Perranuthnoe to sample their culinary offerings in sumptuous surroundings

Crafts: Scott Woyka

Crafts: Scott Woyka

Join us as we talk to Cornish furniture maker Scott Woyka about how he came to sculpt wood in to beautiful, artistic creations for the home

Cornwall, Bonanza, and the Great Comstock Lode

Cornwall, Bonanza, and the Great Comstock Lode

Join Ronald M. James as he explore the history of the Comstock Lode, Nevada, and the Cornish miners who emigrated there in search of work.

Would you like the chance to train and study at Leach Pottery?

Would you like the chance to train and study at Leach Pottery?

Leach Pottery, St Ives and Seasalt announce the launch of the Seasalt Bursary, where one individual will train and study at the famous St. Ives based studio

Stadium for Cornwall, the saga continues

Stadium for Cornwall, the saga continues

The ongoing Stadium for Cornwall saga is continuing thanks to recent speculation that a private company is seeking new funds to deliver the venue

Can't wait for tonight.
Crafts: Geraldine Jones

Crafts: Geraldine Jones

Join us as we talk to Cornish basketmaker Geraldine Jones about how she came to work her creative magic with willow and wire.

Children’s Art Competition with the Cornish Studies Library

Children’s Art Competition with the Cornish Studies Library

The Cornish Studies Library have launched a myCornwall themed art competition with prizes of art materials and tickets to attractions across Cornwall.

Finn’s Fine Shoes

Finn’s Fine Shoes

Join Simon Reed as he reminisces about Finn's Fine Shoes, a traditional Cornish business that was once based near Penzance.

Actor’s profile Steve Jacobs – Miracle Theatre

Actor’s profile Steve Jacobs – Miracle Theatre

Join myCornwall's Editor Mark Pugh as he interviews renowned actor Steve Jacobs of Miracle Theatre

King Edward Mine to get more than £1million

King Edward Mine to get more than £1million

The King Edward Mine, the former home of Camborne School of Mines, is to receive funds from Europe

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Penwith impressions on show in Penzance

Penwith impressions on show in Penzance

Works by two of Penwith's better modern day artists, Amanda Slade and Arthur Lanyon, are currently being exhibited in Penzance.

Three of the Best: Cornish Chutneys

Three of the Best: Cornish Chutneys

Featuring Crellow, Berrio Mill and Sisley's Cornish Preserves, here are our pick of three of the best chutneys in Cornwall

Another Michelin Star for Cornwall chef Nathan Outlaw

Another Michelin Star for Cornwall chef Nathan Outlaw

Cornwall based chef get another Michelin Star

Bus services to bite the dust

Bus services to bite the dust

Bus operator First Group have announced that some of their Cornwall bus services are to be cut where, according to a company statement, "routes have been poorly used to date".

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