Cornwall is definitely a place for romance, and now even more so since the series Poldark has made a huge impact on Cornwall’s tourism with its main character’s romance being central to the plot. Ross Poldark and Demelza’s romance plays out around the rugged and stunning Cornish coast. Cornwall is certainly the perfect place to […]

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  Christmas Fairs and Markets On the 25th and 26th of November there is the Cathedral City Markets in Truro, with an excellent selection of food, drink, arts and crafts. If crafts are your thing head to Bedruthan Steps for the Christmas Craft Fair, perfect for picking up a unique Christmas gift. Foodies will enjoy […]

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Try something off the beaten track, with our selection of lesser known, but just as beautiful, attractions. Pinelodge Gardens, at Pinetum Park, St Austell On the way to the Cornwall’s most famous gardens, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, is this lesser known attraction. It really is a hidden gem, and you will be surprised at […]

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Visit Cornwall’s mysterious caves. St Neot, Carnglaze Caverns  Explore this former slate mine, which is part of Cornwall’s mining heritage. There is an enchanting underground lake, with crystal clear blue/green water. It is 60 metres underground, and you are equipped with a hard hat and torch as you make the descent. The Caverns are 10 […]

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Bear Hunt, Chocolate Cake and Bad Things, Cornwall College Redruth, various dates Funded by Arts Council England and Esmee Fairbairn, Michael Rosen’s Bear Hunt, Chocolate Cake and Bad Things truly reflects Michael’s energy and passion for education, creativity and writing. Younger children will be able to participate in a Bear Hunt trail whilst older children […]

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