This Christmas why not give your loved ones a memory of Cornwall in the form of a gift? You may not have been able to visit this year, but there are plenty of ways to source a gift from our Visit Cornwall partners below. They can offer everything from a bottle of cider, a yoga retreat or a trip on a steam train through the Cornish countryside, the choice is yours...
There are some spooky events happening this half term for all the family across Cornwall. If you are trying to keep young ones amused, or trying to convince older ones it's not that embarrasing to be seen with you, there is something for everyone this October half term in Cornwall. We've put together the list of events below - but all events in October can be seen on our What's On page.
There are wonders to be found – buried in sparkling sand, under the green, pink and brown seaweeds in the rockpools, and beneath the shining ripples of our coastal waters. During the Wildlife Trusts’ summer celebration of all things coastal – National Marine Week – Cornwall Wildlife Trust are offering people of all ages the chance to join experts and volunteers as they seek out marine treasures. There’s so much to discover, from shells on the beach to dolphins and whales swimming by.
Wyl Menmuir is a Cornish based author whose 2016 debut novel, The Many, was longlisted for the Man-Booker Award. This July he releases his first full-length non-fiction book, The Draw of the Sea, and has written our guest blog about what the sea means to him and those he met while researching the book.