Golf legends to play Trevose

Golf Legends Share Their Top Tips for Playing Trevose

With June right around the corner, and the highly anticipated Farmfoods European Legends Links Championship drawing ever closer, golf legends including Ian Woosnam OBE and Ryder Cup 1993 player Peter Baker have shared their top tips for playing the Championship course at Trevose.

Feeling Adventurous?

If you’ve made a resolution to make time to experience new adventures in your life – whether big or small, Cornwall is the perfect place to try new things.

The River Fowey

Our guide to one of Cornwall's finest and most varied rivers, from sea to moor.

Cornwall's Wildlife

Cornwall is lucky enough to be home to at least 58 different species of mammal ranging from the tiny pygmy shrew weighing in at 5g, to the fin whale which can tip the scales at 80 tonnes. Cornwall is unusual in that many of our native mammals are found around the coasts where whales, dolphins and seals feed in the rich, shallow waters.

Protecting Cornwall’s Waterways

Protecting Cornwall’s Waterways with Jules Phelps – Encounter Cornwall

Golant is an especially tranquil stretch of the River Fowey, perfect for canoeing and stand-up Paddleboarding (SUP). As such, it’s the lifeblood of Jules Phelps’ business, and she’s determined to protect it in any way possible.

Final Straw Campaign – Pat Smith

They call her Action Nan for her tireless environmental campaigning. But for 72-year-old Pat Smith, it’s as much about the small gestures as the grand ones – saying no to a plastic straw with your drink or remembering to take a bag for life to the supermarket.

“We all need to get off our backsides and do something,” she says with characteristic firmness. “If every single one of us does one thing, it all adds up to big change.”

How to safely do a Beach Clean

The highest point on a beach the tide reaches is called the strandline. This is where the waves deposit items such a seaweed, natural debris, stranded marine life and, unfortunately, plastics.

Cornwall's 2021 Tour of Britain route

The Tour of Britain has been postponed until September 2021, and it will take place in Cornwall. Starting on Penzance promenade, it will wind its way through Cornwall to the finish at Bodmin.