Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Never been to… Coverack

When Carol, my sister-in-law, phoned to ask if I’d like to go for a walk, I resisted the temptation to opt for a place...

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...

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...

Never been to…St Enodoc

Sue Bradbury explores the places in Cornwall she has yet to visit Hands up! Guilty as charged. Shamefaced admission coming up... I’ve lived in Cornwall for...

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...

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...

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...

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 Great South West Walks 2014

  Last year’s success brings the walking event back for a second year Word by Rebecca Bentley Many of us have enjoyed the spectacular views and fresh...

Cornish Walk: Trelissick

  Discover the beauty of the National Trust's Trelissick estate  Words and photographs by Rebecca Bentley You can always count on the National Trust to do an...