Acclaimed British artist Patrick Heron (1920 – 1999) will be celebrated in a retrospective exhibition opening at the Tate St Ives on May 19th, the first major show of his work for twenty years. One of the most significant and innovative figures of twentieth century British art, Heron was a massive influence in the development >> read more
The Jackson Foundation, Cornwall, is delighted to announce two simultaneous solo exhibitions by leading contemporary artists Kurt Jackson and Denzil Forrester opening on 25th May 2018. Kurt Jackson’s exhibition Seacrows is a series of 35 paintings and handmade etchings, inspired by the birds that live next to his coastal studio and his fascination with the >> read more
Fill your spring with a Cornish garden trail to see the best and most beautiful foliage in our stunning county! Lost Gardens of Heligan in St Austell – Starting with perhaps one of our more famous Gardens, Heligan has big plans for 2018. Last year they were awarded Best UK Leisure Attraction in the >> read more
Top 10 Things to do is kindly sponsored by Carbis Bay Holidays With the school half term over, June can be considered the in-between month before the summer really kicks off. But fear not! We’ve got you sorted for all the best events that are coming up. Golowan – 16th-25th June From the week starting >> read more
Down in Cornwall, we’re pretty lucky with our transport. If you fancied a day out in the car, there’s plenty of gems tucked down country lanes, and a large variety of routes to enjoy. However, for those who can’t or just don’t want to drive, we’ve got plenty of options for you. Open-top scenic bus tours >> read more
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At this time of year the turning of the seasons heralds the arrival of one of our most enigmatic native flowers – the bluebell. It can be easy to take this little plant for granted when it is such a common sight in our gardens, hedgerows and parks, but after a long and dark winter >> read more
Around our lovely Cornwall, we have so many traditions that truly showcase the quirkiness of our different communities. Here is our pick of the best and brightest festivals and feast days. So grab your calendar and get marking down these days. Top 4 Tradition Cornish Celebrations 1: Golowan – (16th-25th June) Probably one of the >> read more
Give your kid, grandkid, younger brother or sister a day to remember at one of these adventure playgrounds and fun activities in Cornwall.
Now that the rainy days are becoming more frequent, here are some ideas for things to do when your dry weather plans have been turned upside down by an unexpected downpour.
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Feature image credit – Mark Turner via Flickr. Following on from our 5 Great Dog Friendly Beaches, we knew that dog friendly holidays are on the rise. So, we thought, why stop there? When beaches become too hot and crowded, sometimes you need a little diversity for your days out, and as Cornwall is full of >> read more
The castles and museums of Cornwall take us back to days of old, teaching us about Cornwall's cherished heritage. Learn about the legends that link us to those that built, fought and lived on these sites hundreds of years ago.
Cornwall's alluring countryside is filled with unusual wildlife, cascading waterfalls and ruins of Cornwall's past. Here is our local's guide to five enchanting woodland trails.
Discover the undiscovered Cornwall, the cool Cornwall, starting with Boscastle and Tintagel.
It’s available to everyone, doesn’t cost a penny and is a great pick-me-up; what could be more appealing than a dip into one of Cornwall’s rivers, lakes, bays or coves for some wild swimming?
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Let's be serious, there are way more than 16 reasons why Cornwall makes us happy... so here are just a few of our favourites!
Join Pete London as he enters the arena and grapples with the world of Cornish Wrestling on behalf of myCornwall
Fun and education are the names of the game at the Wheal Martyn China Clay Country Park.