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Uncovering Coverack

Down on the Lizard peninsula you’ll find Coverack, a small fishing village that has managed to withstand the touch of time. It is without a doubt one of the most charming villages in Cornwall, and one I’m ashamed to admit that I’ve only visited a handful of times. 227 more words


It's Always Tea Time...

Normally I love nothing more than brewing a cup of tea before sitting down to read though my favourite blogs. But if that’s your routine too, don’t do it today. 684 more words


Music | Live Review | Easy Star All Stars @ Princess Pavilions, Falmouth

Words & Images | Craig Taylor-Broad

Radiohead fans are renowned for being massive dickheads who avidly support the band regardless of their output, I know this solely because I myself am a… 348 more words


Leave only footprints

Sun, sand, sea, surfers, seaweed, gulls, wrecks and rubbish.

We leave the beach taking more than we arrived with #2minutebeachclean

The other end of the ship wreck. 94 more words


sea gazing

Seven Wives looking out to sea, photo by Dan Pyne

Devon and Cornwall, England

A few months ago I bought a classic car. A 1974 MGB GT, to be exact. It’s blue, with chrome bumpers, wire wheels and a sunroof and I think it’s brilliant. 701 more words


A beautiful view 

Wordless Wednesday: My home town in Cornwall 💜.