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Where thrift and gorse grow ever sure
And slate cliff tumbles to the shore
Where Brea Hill rises from the bay
And Enodoc stays tucked away… 38 more words


Relaunch for Fat Hen's wild food cookery school in west Cornwall

A ground-breaking wild food cookery school re-opens its doors in west Cornwall this spring, with a course celebrating the Cornish coastline.

Fat Hen’s Fish and Shellfish Day on April 19 will be led by… 453 more words


Kayaking Cornwall

Today was most likely going to be a little cold. The wind seemed to be in more of a hurry than usual as it whipped up the little waves on the Camel Estuary. 570 more words


The Camel Trail: dry and clear .. for a moment

Having decided that if I waited for a decent weather forecast it could be an even longer time before I filed a report. Much to my surprise it was dry and clear to the degree that even at 6am there was a hint of Dawn. 347 more words

Camel Trail

Padstow notebook

A wintry late February afternoon in Padstow. It’s years since I’ve been over this way and it was good to have a nose around. I ducked out of the chilly breeze and had a coffee in… 75 more words