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Food and drink, recipes, homes and interiors, gardens, health and wellbeing and many more features from Cornwall Today magazine

Gorblimey’s vintage cafe and farm shop

  The new nostalgic haven for vintage lovers  Words and photographs by Rebecca Bentley With Cornwall’s growing vintage scene and a well-established title as the UK’s foodie...

Walk: Looe Island

  A guided walk on Looe Island Nature Reserve - the island paradise Words and photographs by Rebecca Bentley As the days get sunnier, so Cornwall’s coastal...

Author Interview: Fern Britton

"When I was 2, I discovered that there was a different place, called Cornwall, and I just loved it. It has been magical ever...

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...

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...

Ein Deutscher in Cornwall

Bevor ihr fragt, nein, ich kenne keine Rosamunde Pilcher Filme. Ich hatte auch nicht wirklich große Erwartungen bevor ich hierher gekommen bin, für mich...

Enjoy a Pony Trek Pub Ride with Hallagenna Riding

Explore Bodmin moor on horseback. Hallagenna Riding, near in St Breward is a family business, run by Jenni Cootes, with a little help from her...

Photography: Weight by Tom Young

    Weight is a series of photos by Tom Young, a surf photographer living in Cornwall. The series features work from his travels and life...

Walk: Kynance Cove to the Lizard Point

The flowers have yet to bloom and the grass looks hungry and straw-like, but Cornwall's coastal walks are breathtaking at any time of year....

Author Interview: Catrina Davies

Fi Read talks to writer and musician Catrina Davies to find out what led her to write her debut novel Ribbons are for Fearlessness....