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Birdhouse Four, Adventure Three

When I created two Counterfeit kits this month I wasn’t sure which one I would use most. It looked like Adventure was winning, but Birdhouse rallied when I picked up some photos from last year’s trip to London with the Grandparents. 216 more words

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Organised Nature

When you live near a tourist attraction, often its the last thing on your radar to do. When friends and family have visited the county in the past and geared their stay around an Eden Project pilgrimage I have to confess to unsubtly raising an eyebrow. 697 more words

Days Out

The Man in The Chair

It’s not very often I start a page with a specific story to tell, but when my friend told me about her daughter and how much she likes to visit The Grandma’s House the tale was so cute I had to turn it into a page. 387 more words

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A Week in Cornwall

Last time, I wrote about our week in Devon in September. If you missed it and are interested, you can read about it here. 600 more words

Helen Pollard

Rainforests: exploring the global weather maker

The belt of rainforests around the tropics may seem distant from most people’s day-to-day lives in the UK but these rich areas provide many essential services – such as providing key foodstuffs and helping to regulate the climate – that it has been all too easy to take for granted, until now. 605 more words

Met Office News

Eden Project: Visitor’s Guide

The Eden Project is one of the most popular attractions in Cornwall for tourists and residents alike. The 35-acre site showcases ingenuity and human imagination with stunning gardens and crop displays, art installations, exhibitions and stories set against the backdrop of two massive biomes. 635 more words

Travel

Cornwall: Eden Project

Eden Project is one of the most famous destinations in Cornwall. Formerly a clay pit mine, it was transformed by Tim Smit and his amazing team into a wonderful world of ecological delight. 846 more words

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