Monday, August 19, 2019

Walk: Carn Brea

  A wild walk through time Words and photographs by Rebecca Bentley "Carn Brea is one of the few wild open spaces in West Cornwall that remains...

Walk: Zennor

  Explore the myths and legends of this ancient coastline Words and photographs by Rebecca Bentley Passing by looming woodland and countless signs for cream teas, the...

Walk Mount Edgcumbe

Dating back to the 1500s, Mount Edgcumbe estate is an historic jewel in Cornwall’s heritage, with an intriguing past and rumours of ghosts that...

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...

Walk: Tehidy Woods

A Walk in the Woods Words and photographs by Rebecca Bentley Tehidy is the largest wooded area in West Cornwall, with 9 miles of varying paths...

Cornish Walk: Mousehole to St Michael’s Mount

  A seven-mile stretch of coastline rich in history and views Words and photographs by Rebecca Bentley The seven-mile stretch of coastline from Mousehole to St Michael’s Mount...

Great South West Walks

Walkers are digging out their boots this week with the start of the South West Coast Path Association's 2014 charity event, the Great South...

Cornish Walk: St Ives

Explore beyond the picture postcard town  Words and photographs by Rebecca Bentley This is a coastal town that has inspired so many, from the likes of...

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...

The National Trust in Cornwall

  Students on the BA Applied Media course at Truro and Penwith college worked with various National Trust properties around Cornwall to produce material that promotes...