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Porthleven Food Festival! What a weekend!

This has been such an amazing weekend!  Saturday and Sunday saw Porthleven village overtaken by the festival spirit.  Foodies from all over saw, smelt and tasted from a huge variety of culinary treats from an eclectic range of stalls and chefs. 359 more words

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Captain KaiMor is searching for something...

Captain KaiMore, the scurge of the West Cornish coast, has returned to take back something very precious to him…the source of his inner happiness.  He buried it long ago, in a secure treasure chest, deep under the Porthleven Clock Tower. 68 more words

How to: Food Festivals

This weekend was my favourite food festival of all time, Porthleven Food and Music Festival.  I really wanted to write a post about this magical (and expanding) festival, but didn’t really want to write the same thing all over again, it’s already… 1,335 more words

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GOLDEN OYSTER FOOD AWARDS

We are all so excited by the upcoming Porthleven food Festival (16th and 17th of April – quick put it in your diary).  What has just made it even more exciting for us is the email we received letting us know that Visit Cornwall have shortlisted Kota in the Best Restaurant category in the new Golden Oyster Food Awards. 92 more words

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Evening Out With Friends

Evening All!

Just wanted to update you on my visit to Kota Kai on Friday night.  Situated on the harbour head in Porthleven it is a beautiful restaurant.  134 more words

Cornwall

The One That (Nearly) Got Away

Friday 25th March 2016 ko 15.00

South West Peninsula League Division One

WENDRON UNITED 1 (Mulroy 90)

PORTHLEVEN 1 (Best 23)

Att 427

Entry £3… 667 more words

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Porthleven: South Cornwall's rising star

It takes something special to drag me away from North Cornwall, when I’m down there visiting family. It may be a gross generalisation, but the north coast has better beaches, better coastal walks and a more dramatic, rugged landscape with waves crashing against cliffs, whereas the south tends to have calmer waters and cute fishing villages. 536 more words

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