The April/May issue of myCornwall is OUT NOW!
Ahh, April and May are two of our favourite months of the year. The weather starts to get warmer, the festival season gets going and Cornwall blossoms with the new season (rain or shine…).
You may notice this issue we’ve got a particularly beautiful painting for our front cover. This is to celebrate our Art for All feature – a piece looking at how you can buy art without having to pay the big bucks. With Open Studio’s taking off at the end of May its the perfect read to get you thinking.
And speaking of art, we investigate the pioneering fashion industry that was Crysede, from its bright and bold patterns to its equally colourful history, we tell the story of Alec Walker’s empire. We also take a look back at another side of Cornwall’s history with the arrival of refugees during the Second World War and their stories which have lasted a lifetime.
From our list of top recommended outdoor eateries, things to do and a trip down to the ‘Willy Wonka’-esque world of Roskilly’s our April/May issue is one to have on hand as we get into the sunny season (hopefully, fingers crossed).