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Camborne to become Cornwall's number one tourist destination!

Cornish tourist experts believe Camborne will be the hottest holiday destination this summer – when new hotels will be built in the town! Keith Curnow – head of the Tourist Committee, said “The town has a lot of potential and we really think it’s going to kick off in Camborne this summer! 324 more words

Cornish

Why Choose Pure Linen Tea Towels?

The History of the Tea Towel – As I was drying up, yet again, the other day, I wondered where the term ‘tea towel’ came from.  288 more words

Linen

Labour's General Secretary in Cornwall

Iain McNicol, General Secretary of the Labour Party, visited Camborne last week to join in campaigns and hold a Cornwall wide meeting to discuss Labour’s campaigns in Cornwall. 144 more words

The British countryside and Winnie the Pooh

Nothing reminds me that I’m living in the British countryside quite the way crossing a ford does.

I know. Fords have been around ever since people and small rivers were first introduced, but even so the fords in our village make me think I live in Pooh Corners. 999 more words

Americans In Britain

Prince Charles is overcome by amusement by the racing Herdwick sheep

Racing is usually a serious business for the royal family but at Ascot , Prince Charles was met a sight so comical it triggered a fit of giggles. 177 more words

Koningshuis Van Great Brittian

Holiday Diary 4: The Three Brothers of Grugwith

Day 7 of our holiday, and time to escape the confines of the West Penwith peninsula, but not too far! We drove the short distance from the westernmost peninsula, to the southernmost – the Lizard. 356 more words

Archaeology