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Slugs, Snails and Easter Trails

Despite the rain on Sunday the Easter trails at Crantock on Saturday and Sunday were very popular, our busiest year yet.

Cadbury supports the National Trust by donating Cadbury Eggheads for every participant. 141 more words

North Cornwall Stuff

Intertidal Fish

Last week the Tintagel to Holywell ranger team went on a Introduction to Intertidal Fish Species workshop. The workshop was organised by ERCCIS the Environmental Records Centre for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly and lead by Douglas Herdson a Fish Biologist. 157 more words

North Cornwall Stuff

Foraging for Percy

I’m collecting mussels for our cat, Percy.

We’ve got a holiday let down in St Mawes, and when I used to go down there to look after it, I used to collect mussels for my tea, and any I didn’t like, I’d throw out of the door. 253 more words


NEW: Beach Yoga Class every Saturday 9am Fistral Beach, Newquay

We are very excited to be offering a new weekly beach yoga class on the stunning Fistral Beach in Newquay, Cornwall.  Our Newquay beach yoga classes will be one hour from 9am – 10am on Saturday mornings starting this Saturday 26th April, and are suitable for all levels.  163 more words


FATMAN ON... Bank holidays in Cornwall, some thoughts.

How people imagine the bank holiday countryside is going to be…

It would be nice if… A bank holiday meant that we were all on holiday… But it doesn’t.. 1,272 more words


I have spent the last week in Newquay with my Mum and brothers. It was really nice: spending time with them for the last time before I move to London; getting a chance to do things like work on my India scrapbook; and see the incredible beauty that is the British coast. 84 more words


FATMAN ON... Easter time for me...

You will find nothing of the Bible in the Blog, because I am not a religious man, and I didn’t marry a religious woman…

The most I know of churches is we, my family (but not all of us) got married in them, we got christened, and I went through a confirmation to the Church of England before I married. 780 more words