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As we move towards the autumn months, Cornwall discovers a new pace, winds down with the change to the season, but maybe not the weather. Well known for it's mild climate, Cornwall can continue to offer all the best well into October.

The majority of beaches in Cornwall are no longer under the same restrictions for dogs, as we head into September. We all know that the dogs are really incharge of the decision making, so why not enjoy the freedom offered to the pooches during the autumn months. Full details can be found on our website, just click here.

There are also many events to tantalise, and help entice you stay that little bit longer. The Little Orchard Cyder Festival runs from 9th - 11th of September and is one of the best ways to end the festival year. There is also The St Ives September Festival runs from 10th - 24th September, which celebrates all genres of music and has a great line up year after year. One of the most unique venues is Carnglaze Caverns, which holds various concerts throughout the end of Sept into October.

You can also enjoy walks until the evenings draw in. The Coast path around The Lizard Peninsula or a Coast to Coast walk along the Mineral Tramways, can always involve a cream tea or a bite to eat whilst continuing our healthy endavours. You may just work up enough of an appetite to justify the pasty for lunch!

Whatever you decide to do, there is a little piece of Cornwall which will stay with you this year.

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