Cornwall, Cornwall, Cornwall... A truly magical place. Transient, exhilarating, laid back, alternative, devastatingly beautiful and amazingly in easy reach of the rest of England and Europe.
Champion, conqueror, superman, idol – all of these words are alternatives to the word hero, but what better way to explain the term than by describing an ordinary person who leads an extraordinary life.
Just like the Lorax, who's the guardian of the forest, Eden loves plants, and also love encouraging kids to connect with nature, so they're putting on activities that will not only be loads of fun but will also get them thinking. It’ll make for a summer day out they’ll never forget!
Visitors to National Maritime Museum Cornwall witnessed a significant moment in the development of the Maritime Museum’s and University of Exeter’s ambitious prehistoric boat build when the keel was laid.
Atishoo Designs is a contemporary arts and crafts gallery situated in the historic village port of Charlestown in Cornwall. Set within a World Heritage Site, the gallery exhibits work by over 80 artists, many based in the South West of England.
Nothing makes a statement in a garden like a specimen tree as Graham Jeffery, expert and owner of Trevena Cross Nurseries explained to Cornwall Living.
A local company is leading the way by offering a series of workshops aiming to get people outdoors.
There can be few pleasures in life greater than slipping into a steaming hot tub as the sun goes down on a summer’s evening.
Beside The Wave is an art gallery and publishing company located in the main street of Falmouth in Cornwall. It is housed in a regency building overlooking the sea.
Artwork from Truro College’s photography students will be shown in a week long exhibition hosted by the Knowledge Spa at the Royal Cornwall Hospital.
Heartlands is a new free visitor attraction and World Heritage Site in Cornwall opening on 20 April 2012. Nestled just off the A30 in Pool, near Redruth in the former mining heart of Cornwall, there are 19 acres of eclectic fun to explore.
The Best of Cornish theatre: Bette and Joan, TIN, Anne Boleyn & Horrible Histories
'Porthmeor Beach in St. Ives is a truly magical place. Considered to be the 'jewel of the South West', the sandy shoreline of Porthmeor is a haven for surfers and a firm favourite with families looking for a fun day out by the sea.
For too long, the South West has lacked a motoring event that champions the thrill of driving where you do not require a licence to take part, and has something to offer families and friends as well as the drivers.
From its home in Cornwall, Kneehigh has built a reputation for creating vigorous and popular theatre for audiences throughout the UK and beyond.
Unforgettable sights and breathtaking scenery await you on these unique islands. Only 28 miles off the Cornish coast, perfect for the day or stay a while.