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Books: The Sleeper by Emily Barr

The Sleeper  - Emily Barr This month’s book is a wonderful psychological thriller. Lara Finch is living a lie. Everyone thinks she has a happy life...

Books: House On The Strand

The first book we will be sharing in our new Cornwall Today Book Club is House on the Strand by Daphne du Maurier.   First published...

Gardens of Cornwall

Gardens of Cornwall by Katherine Lambert, photos by Alex Ramsay A new book exploring the rich variety of gardens around our county is now on sale,...

Meeting Rosamunde Pilcher

Book Club's Liz Hurley met a heroine of Cornish fiction One might imagine that attending a literary evening could be a thing of gentle calm....

Recipe: Wild Garlic Soup

Three-corned leek (wild garlic variety) by Rebecca Bentley This is a delicious recipe for wild garlic, wild fennel and yoghurt soup devised by Caroline Davey who...

Paul Murphy on Laurie Lee

Paul Murphy traces author Laurie Lee’s footsteps in Spain and Cornwall When Paul Murphy began his Masters in Professional Writing at Falmouth University, he had...

Inside: A stylish St Ives home

  How interior design is breathing fresh life into St Ives properties Words by Lucy Cornes Take a look behind the doors of some of St Ives’...

Books: Wycliffe and the Scapegoat – WJ Burley

This month we're getting to know Cornwall's famous detective An ancient legend, an all-too modern murder, and Chief Superintendent Wycliffe must find the link between...
Four Cornish saffron buns

Recipe: Saffron cake pain perdu, Cornish clotted cream and grue de cocoa

The Headland Hotel’s executive chef, Christopher Archambault, shares his recipe for Saffron Cake Pain Perdu, with Cornish Clotted Cream and Grue de Cocoa.  This...

A Cornish Walk: St Mawes

  A coastal adventure along the tip of the Roseland Naturally we’re supposed to keep our features as unbiased as possible, but St Mawes is without a doubt...