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Whizzing down the narrow main road into Polperro on board Lizzie, one of the village’s double decker electric transports is one of the best introductions to a new location one could wish for. The steep valley walls on each side of the road are covered with charming houses and fisherman’s cottages scattered amidst the trees >> read more
A Christmas Treat Home of handmade Cornish chocolate, Chocolicious create delicious chocolate treats to order, providing scrummy, personalised gifts for those you care about. www.chocolicious.co.uk Cheese Please With its sweet, mild and creamy taste, Cornish Blue is a must for any cheese board this season. When cooking, try popping some into your favourite sauces to add >> read more
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With a half price sale on frames and a free bespoke upgrade on Tom Davies eyewear, Alexander Miller are the only opticians you should be visiting this New Year. This incredible sale ends on the 30th of January, so be sure to pop by and freshen up your look. For something tailor-made, the Tom Davies collection enables >> read more
1) Outlaw Christmas Market, Falmouth 11th-13th December This Christmas market is packed with a fantastic selection of crafts, from organic skincare to delectable bean-to-bar chocolate. Visiting will be the perfect opportunity to buy some unique, high quality Christmas gifts for your loved ones. http://outlawcraftfair.co.uk/ 2) Truro Victorian Christmas Market, Truro 9th-14th December Every year thousands flock >> read more
1) Eden Project Meet Father Christmas and his reindeer, explore Eden’s Enchanted Rainforest and enjoy the magic of live storytelling. This is sure to be a favourite with the kids but expect to pay a little more for this festive experience. Thursday 4th of December – Sunday 4th of January For full details of all >> read more
THEATRE ROYAL PLYMOUTH SPRING SEASON 2015 New work from some of the UK’s best writers is at the heart of a Wicked season for Spring 2015. Theatre Royal Plymouth productions include a new version of Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca with Kneehigh Theatre, Merit by Alexandra Wood and After Electra by April De Angelis. The >> read more
The Fisherman’s Friends are to top the bill at the World Pasty Championships to be held at the Eden Project on Saturday February 28, 2015. This will be the fourth year of the championships – also known as the Olympics of the Oggy – and organisers see the appearance of the acclaimed eight-man folk group >> read more
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Telltales* and myCornwall magazine present the 2015 writing competition Are you a writing star? Do you reckon your words would look good in print? Do you think you’ve got what it takes to perform at Telltales? We’ve got together to offer one writer the chance to have their work published in myCornwall magazine and read >> read more
1) Banbury Turkeys, Wadebridge Fresh, salty air, light airy barns, the rich green pasture and the love and attention given to Banbury turkeys must be the secret behind their incredible deep flavour. Their top tip is to cook the turkey upside down to ensure it is tender and full of moisture. Free-range bronze turkeys www.banburysturkeys.co.uk >> read more
Penlee Inspired, a unique exhibition that showcases contemporary local talent, opens on 29 November 2014 and runs until 10 January 2015. Professional artists, amateurs and total beginners have produced paintings, pictures, poetry and more. Filling the galleries alongside the pieces that inspired them, these modern works highlight not only the breadth of artistic skill in contemporary >> read more
Stuff and Nonsense at the Theatre Royal Plymouth presents Goldilocks and the Three Bears. They only went out for a stroll… to let the food cool down. Ten minutes, tops. But when the three bears got home the house was a mess and Baby Bear’s porridge had vanished completely. And that was just the beginning. >> read more
’Tis the season for fun, frolics and filling yourself with delicious food. As it’s the lead up to Christmas, myCornwall decided to sample a veritable feast of Christmas goodies! Cornish Orchards Cornish Orchards began with Westnorth Manor Farm and over 1,000 old Cornish variety apple trees. Products are hand-made and contain no preservatives or colouring, >> read more
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Earlier this month, the Duke and Duchess completed their visit to Real del Monte in Mexico. The people of that town are keen friends of the Cornish and only a few weeks ago many of them treated visiting members of the Redruth Real del Monte Twinning group as ‘Royalty’ during their annual Paste Festival. One >> read more
Father Christmas and his elves will be returning to the Eden Project this winter as part of a magical Christmas season. The hugely-popular Christmas at Eden season starts on November 29 and as well as meeting Father Christmas and sharing his enchanting story, visitors can enjoy a unique new twilight discovery experience in the Rainforest, >> read more
The popular BBC One antiques programme Flog It presented by Paul Martin, is coming to the National Maritime Museum Cornwall in Falmouth on Thursday, January 15, 2015. Flog It, the major BBC antiques show, is now on its fourteenth series and regularly achieves an audience of over two million viewers in its weekday afternoon slot. >> read more
Penryn is set to come to life this Christmas with a selection of unmissable festive events, beginning on the 15th of November when Islington Wharf will transform into a Christmas Pop-Up Shop. Some of the best local makers, artists, chefs and bakers are coming together for the six weeks leading up to Christmas Eve to >> read more
During the Second World War, Cornwall became home to hundreds men who were not born and bred here. These unexpected guests arrived in the form of prisoners of war, most prominently Germans and Italians but a large number of different nationalities were based in camps all over Cornwall. “Ordinary people do not cause wars, or >> read more
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