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Top 6 Cornish Wild Swimming Spots

Top 6 Cornish Wild Swimming Spots

It’s available to everyone, doesn’t cost a penny and is a great pick-me-up; what could be more appealing than a dip into one of Cornwall’s rivers, lakes, bays or coves? This is the world of wild swimming: the act of swimming in natural waters. Many of us are missing out it seems. Swimming in the >> read more

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Astonishing Autumn

Astonishing Autumn

Autumn is upon us and you could be forgiven for thinking it’s a time when the natural world starts to wind down for the annual big sleep that is winter. Our much-loved summer visitors such as swallows, swifts and martins have all but left for the warmer climes of Africa. Many smaller mammals will be >> read more

Discover Cornwall’s Holy Wells

Discover Cornwall’s Holy Wells

A Holy Well is a spring or small body of water which is associated with the Cornish saint to which is was dedicated.  Many believe these sacred spots have the power to cure illnesses and even that they hold divinative power. Searching for holy wells in Cornwall offers the opportunity to explore Cornwall’s rugged and rural >> read more

Cornish Ship Wreck Photographs on Display at Maritime Museum

Cornish Ship Wreck Photographs on Display at Maritime Museum

A new exhibition opening at the Maritime Museum in Falmouth on October 11, features a captivating array of photographs of ships wrecked on the Cornish coast from the turn of the 19th-20th centuries. From the closing years of the 19th, and down through the 20th century, a number of capable local photographers secured numerous images >> read more

Top Five Basking Shark Hotspots

Top Five Basking Shark Hotspots

These magnificent beings grace the British coast regularly in the spring and summer months where they come to feed while the water is more temperate, though they are generally circumglobal. They are the second largest known fish at 6 – 9 metres (30 ft), dwarfed only by the Whale Shark, which can sometimes be up >> read more

Trawlers getting ready for the night shift: Padstow
Three of the best – Sausages

Three of the best – Sausages

Autumn is officially here and what better way to prepare us for the cold months ahead than the classic winter warmer, sausage and mash or maybe even a hearty sausage casserole? myCornwall are here to help you pick out the best local sausages to make your meal that little bit tastier. Primrose Herd Based in Redruth, >> read more

Cornwall’s Top Sunset Spots

Cornwall’s Top Sunset Spots

With winter just round the corner and the evenings fast drawing in, it’s time to catch the sunset whilst it’s still occurring outside of work hours. Sit back, relax and enjoy the day’s end!    Land’s End Land’s End is an obvious choice for its natural beauty and unique location. Walk out to the furthest point >> read more

Bites!

Bites!

Invest in a healthier you… Carleys of Cornwall are one of Europe’s leading maufacturers of raw organic nut and seed butters and raw organic chocolate spreads. Embrace a healthier you with this Raw Almond Butter 250g for £5.35 or 425g for £8.45 or choose from their large range of Organic products. Tel: 01872 270091 www.carleys.co.uk   >> read more

Honest, Homemade & Hearty – The Croust House at Roskilly’s Restaurant Review

Honest, Homemade & Hearty – The Croust House at Roskilly’s Restaurant Review

Why not make the most of the Indian summer and grab your last chance to dine alfresco at The Croust House, Roskilly. Sitting in the picturesque Cornish countryside between the villages of Coverack and St Keverne is Roskillys farm. Open to the public every day from 9am to dusk, the farm has been developed by >> read more

Waterworks in . No water for some
Cornwall’s Glorious Gardens

Cornwall’s Glorious Gardens

From the splendour of Victorian and Georgian era Country Houses such as Lanhydrock and Pencarrow to the magnificent gardens of Caerhays and the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Cornwall is home to an abundance of grand abodes and luscious flora and fauna. Dating back to the Iron Age, Cornwall’s horticultural heritage owes much to the intrepid >> read more

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