Coastal Walks and Coffee at Trevaunance Cove, Cornwall

Trevaunance Cove sits on the north Cornish Coast and is the main beach for the lovely village of St Agnes. Trevaunance Cove sits at the bottom of a decent hill and once you’re there, you’ll be happy you made the effort. With rugged splendour and unspoilt coastline, it’s easy to feel like you’ve been transported

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Elderflower Picking and Reminiscing at Pendower

A few years ago, I went elderflower picking with my mum. This resulted in her making some delicious and refreshing homemade cordial. Every May to June, when elderflower’s in abundance in Cornwall, I promise myself I’ll do the same. I’ve obviously waited a few years for the idea to imbue because this is the first

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Watching The Sun Go Down On Lusty Glaze

A Bit About Lusty Glaze An evening this week saw me stretching my legs with a friend. We decided to watch the sun go down on Lusty Glaze beach, in Newquay. Aside from its fabulous, somewhat flirty name, Lusty Glaze is a relatively secluded cove, nestled between Tolcarne beach and Watergate Bay on Cornwall’s north

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The Porthleven Food Festival

With the end of April comes the wonderful celebration of Cornish food, courtesy of the Porthleven Food Festival, in west Cornwall. This was my first time at the Portleven Food Festival despite being a Cornish girl who considers herself a bit of a foodie. The Porthleven Food Festival runs from Friday to Sunday, and offers festivities centred

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Exploring Port Isaac and Port Quin

Hopping over to Cornwall’s north coast isn’t something I do very often. I promised myself that I’d make time to explore some much forgotten corners of Cornwall this year. With that in mind, I headed over to Port Quin for a Sunday stroll. Afterwards, I decided to drive a little further north and reacquaint myself

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An Afternoon In Fowey

Fowey is a small town in Cornwall, nestled on the coast between St Austell and Lostwithiel. It offers views of the Fowey estuary, looking across to little Polruan. Fowey’s a popular haunt all year round, with many locals and day trippers spending their slow Saturdays wandering around the town, enjoying a pasty, and taking in

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