Cornwall is packed with people busy at their art and craft. It’s one of the things we are best known for. It would be impossible to list them all and the idea we have missed some beauties is unbearable. Towns and villages all over Cornwall have workshops you can visit as well as galleries and […]
Walking is a favourite pastime for many, many people in Cornwall, it’s something Mike and I have always treasured at home and around the world. Cornwall has a diverse landscape to explore with moors, beaches, cliff tops, through villages and towns.
Festivals There are lots of ways to enjoy festivals in Cornwall, we are always celebrating something from cheese to oysters and like to enjoy food, drink and music alongside everything. The Looe Festival is 23 – 25 September and is a fab venue to see Bryan Ferry from Roxy Music on the Saturday night, and/or […]
Theatre changes with the seasons in Cornwall. We get really excited for the outdoor performances by Kneehigh Theatre, Miracle Theatre and at the Minack Theatre, which never ever fail to deliver a magical atmosphere and stunning performances. With the summer season closing in now, we are coming to the end of these performances – however, […]
In amongst the natural woodlands lining the creeks and crevices of the estuaries and peninsulas around our beautiful county, currently the amazing scent and scattering of white flowers emerges from the forests. Swathes of fecund green sweep the woodland floor, as seaweed is starting to show up on beaches once more.
Flower power is something you can’t miss in Cornwall with gardens crammed with a profusion of colourful plants. Even in winter the climate is so mild that buds start to appear in the hedgerows in January so by the time spring comes that passion for gardening has awakened into a spate of flower festivals. This […]
Making our way steadily around the Cornish coast line on foot The historic fishing centre of St Ives is a popular destination for visitors to the west coast of Cornwall, with its narrow streets, busy harbour, golden beaches and unique and equally famous light. Like Van Goch stumbling through France and finding Provence, St […]
Love this time of year as I have time to catch up with old friends and family and even get time to sit down for lunch with my lovely husband. Having been inspire with all these amazing cook books out there, I’ve come across chocoholic heaven, with berry brownies and a liquid fix with orange […]
As we all whizz into Christmas week, busy with finishing things off before we finish work and ticking things off our lists, it’s easy to focus on the menus and shopping for the main meals and then draw a blank on lunches, snacks and simple suppers, so I’ve got a proper treat to share with […]