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5 Things to do in Cornwall with a Baby or Toddler

Christine Foulds is a German mother-of-two living in West Penwith. She is a customer retention specialist: visit http://www.fouldscrm.co.uk/ Cornwall is best known for its picturesque...

Books: A Gull On The Roof by Derek Tangye

A Gull on the Roof, is the first of the best selling book series that became known as ‘The Minack Chronicles’ and made Derek...

Map: Poldark filming locations around Cornwall

Stay in Poldark Country St Breward: The cottage used as Nampara, Poldark’s home as well as some of the miner’s cottages were located near this...

Porthleven Food and Music Festival

We all know that Cornwall is the country's foodie capital and as lovers of great grub, Cornwallians will be pleased to hear that Porthleven...

Cornish Walk: Carwynnen Quoit

Thousands of years of Cornish history within a few acres Words by Rebecca Bentley The history of Cornwall’s landscape is plain to see, and it tells...

Medieval Jousting at Pendennis Castle

Medieval Jousting at Pendennis Castle  Experience the pageantry of a medieval joust and enjoy the thrills and spills as you cheer on your favourite knight,...

An interview with Lionel Shriver

A unique voice in contemporary fiction is writer in residence at Falmouth University When an editor asks if you’d like to interview Lionel Shriver, there is...

Cornish Walk: Frenchman’s Creek

  Words and photographs by Rebecca Bentley  When the east wind blows up Helford river the shining waters become troubled and disturbed and the little waves...
View from Godolphin Hill

Walk: Explore the Godolphin estate, film scene for Poldark

  ► For more information and shorter trails visit: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/godolphin ► Start point: Main car park, Godolphin House, Godolphin Cross, Helston, Cornwall, TR13 9RE ► Walk: 4.5 miles,...

African pasties

One country which has some interesting Cornish connections is Nigeria. This is an area which was explored by Richard Lander and his brother John in...