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Day 5: West Pentire - Porthcothan

Monday, 24/04/2017
Distance: 24 km (14,9 mi) for a total of 137 km (85,1 mi)
Ascent (ca.): 850 m (2790 ft)

Weather: Dry, a bit cooler than the previous days. 523 more words

The ultimate garden restoration: The Lost Gardens of Heligan

Last month we went on holiday to Cornwall. I’ve wanted to go for a while, and had read that, with its mild climate, Spring comes earlier to this part of the country than anywhere else so there is lots to see at this time of year in the many Cornish gardens open to the public. 668 more words

Garden Visits

Penryn Village

Penryn at night

The small village of lies just outside Falmouth, the once small settlement has somewhat been talking over by the uni, but never the less it still holds memories of the past. 408 more words


£80k fine for illegally storing and treating asbestos at a site near Penzance

The owner of a Cornish waste disposal business has been ordered to pay almost £80,000 in fines and costs for illegally storing and treating waste including asbestos at a site near Penzance. 482 more words



Former MP Dan Rogerson has confirmed that he will contest the North Cornwall seat for the Liberal Democrats in the upcoming snap General Election.

Dan said “It’s clear from the national polls that the Conservatives are almost certainly going to form the next Government, with Theresa May as Prime Minister – possibly with a large majority.  437 more words


A Cornish Village

Oh Crantock. Where do I begin? A chocolate box village full of beautiful flowers, sweet cottages, gift shops, tea rooms and a glorious beach.

We stumbled across Crantock last year and we both fell in love with the place. 217 more words

Snap Happy

Space Invasion! From a galaxy far far away... to Bodmin Moor on a dark, dark night

Stargazing event to celebrate Bodmin Moor International Dark Sky Landscape bid

Cornwall Council and Caradon Observatory have submitted a formal bid for Bodmin Moor to become an International Dark Sky Landscape. 877 more words