Falmouth Week – 5th to 14th August

There are many Cornish weeks celebrating the summer, packed full of carnivals, shows, entertainment and food, no more so than Falmouth Week. Held every year in August (5th-14th this year) it plays hosts to a plethora of activities both on land and sea.  Started in 1837 and originally a week long sailing Regatta of fleet …read more ›

Summer Wildlife in Cornwall

  We have been blessed this summer,  Cornwall’s usual mizzly June and July have been replaced with warm sunny days and the occasional shower meaning the county is looking lush and the flora is growing at a vast rate, gardens are full of bloom and it’s been one of the best growing seasons for many years. …read more ›

Secret Summer Spots in Cornwall

As the schools break up and the population of a Cornwall trebles with tourists, we look at where you can get a moments respite away from the holidaying crowds.   With busy roads and bustling beaches Cornwall’s serenity is somewhat harder to find during the summer months, so here are a few suggestions of some …read more ›

Finding History in Cornwall

History is around every corner in Cornwall and there’s something to see from every era – including castles and forts,stately homes and tin mines. History is most definitely family friendly throughout the county with many places offering child friendly activities and things to explore. There’s also plenty to find on walks, in local towns and …read more ›