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Porthallow Lodge, Cornwall

Another year, another trip to the Cornish coastline. This time as part of my 40th birthday celebrations, we headed to Talland Bay. A remote and tranquil beach located midway between Looe and Polperro. 486 more words


Music | Review | For The Oracle - Kind Child

Rating: 8/10

By Dale Platt

To the rest of the UK, Cornwall often serves as a holiday destination or simply that bit stuck on the far end of the country. 564 more words


Music | News | For The Oracle Share Album Teaser

Words: Kieran Webber | Image: Claudius Cooper

Local Cornish experimental rock outfit For The Oracle have released a teaser for the upcoming debut album ‘Kind Child’ 146 more words


Cornwall's failure to support Mebyon Kernow ensures that the policies of London can override the decisions of local people

Cornwall Council welcomed an historic Cornwall ‘Devolution’ Deal but in reality, and unlike Welsh devolution that has done much to enshrine Wales identity, the council has merely accepted a watered-down form of continued ‘English’ devolution; retaining the current English identity that fails to address one of the major issues facing Cornwall – planning. 654 more words


Skate | Newquay May Be About To Get The "Best Skatepark In Europe"

By Rocky Poole

Newquay skaters. Stoke searching – Adrenalin junkie – trick boarding hype tigers. This is your call!

Our old and faithful wooden waves skate park is coming to the end of an era, and may soon be replaced with a modern, creative and incredibly well designed ‘Concrete Waves’ skate-park designed and constructed by the preferred contractor and world class industry ‘Maverick Ltd’. 588 more words


Dave, the tent and the night of a thousand hours.

A lot of work had to be done on this house to make it habitable, let alone lovely enough to be a B&B. And when I say a lot of work, I mean a LOT of work. 1,220 more words

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