Blue Hills Tin , Celtic Handmade Tin Jewellery, Tableware and Giftware.Tin has been produced in this valley for centuries by tin streamers working alluvial sands and gravel on the beaches and valley floor and by miners tunnelling into the hillsides and sinking shafts deep underground, following the tin-rich veins of ore.
Cornovi kilts, a well established Cornish company that has been hiring and retailing kilted outfits to its customers for over 25 years. Specializing in the Cornish tartans, we also supply Clan and district tartans from all the other Celtic nations. In addition to an extensive range of tartan goods, we also supply locally made, hand >> read more
Cornwall Wildlife Trust are passionate about all aspects of nature conservation in Cornwall. They work to protect and enhance Cornwall’s wildlife. From conserving habitats on land through their 57 nature reserves and conservations to inspiring people to love and care for their local wildlife through their education programme, the Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s is constantly working to protect Cornwall’s habitats and species that are rare or endangered. They hold frequent events and give expert advice about wildlife in Cornwall.
Fentongollan Farm cultivate over 250 varieties of quality and often rare daffodil bulbs and also specialise in Cornish cut flowers and professional grade vegetable plants. With over 50 years experience in the industry their bulbs are exported all over the world and they also sell direct to gardeners, wholesalers, councils and gardening clubs. The farm covers >> read more
The Fernlea Gallery in St Ives shows a vast eclectic range of both retro and modern works.
Geevor Tin Mine, dramatically situated on Cornwall’s Atlantic coast is the largest preserved mine site in the country and the gateway to the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. Explore the many surface buildings with their magnificent mining machinery, get interactive in the Hard Rock museum and go underground into 19th century Wheal Mexico mine! Have >> read more
Heartlands is a new FREE visitor attraction and World Heritage Site Gateway in Cornwall. 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. State-of-the-art exhibitions, climb-on sculptures, gardens of epic diversity, a giant adventure playscape for kids, art and >> read more
Mid Cornwall Galleries is open throughout the year and located on the A390 east of St Austell, just a stone’s throw away from The Eden Project, Charlestown and Fowey. Housed in a former Victorian school, the space has proved perfect for their regularly changing exhibitions. The work for sale is chosen for its quality and originality and even after all this time (they opened in 1980) they never cease to be amazed and delighted at the shows, resulting from the incredible diversity of work by nationally and internationally renowned artists, craftsmen and women.
The award-winning Penlee House Gallery & Museum, Penzance, is the only Cornish public gallery specialising in the world famous Newlyn School artists (c.1880 – 1940) including Stanhope and Elizabeth Forbes, Walter Langley, Harold Harvey and Laura Knight. Set in an elegant Victorian house and park, Penlee House also covers West Cornwall’s archaeology and social history, and offers an excellent café and shop, with full wheelchair access throughout.
Penlee House, Penzance, is the only Cornish public gallery specialising in the Newlyn School artists (c.1880 – c.1940) including Stanhope and Elizabeth Forbes, Frank Bramley, Walter Langley and Laura Knight. Set in an elegant Victorian house and park, Penlee House also covers West Cornwall’s archaeology and social history, and offers an excellent café and shop. As well as >> read more
Port Eliot house and gardens has the rare distinction of being a Grade 1 listed house with a Grade 1 listed park and garden. Like most houses, Port Eliot has a front door and about there the similarity ends. There are 11 staircases, 15 back doors and 82 chimneys. The roof covers half an acre >> read more
Porthcurno has a unique historic provenance: this is where the telegraph cables that linked Britain with its Empire and other nations came ashore. The valley was the hub of international cable communications from 1870-1970 and also training college for the communications industry until 1993. Porthcurno was the largest cable station in the world. Our collection >> read more