Out & About

Cornwall welcomes four million visitors each year - but there is still room for more

Award-winning photographer David Chapman continues his series on Cornwall’s Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This month he explores the South Coast

We love Cornwall, really, really, really love Cornwall; we love the beaches, the light, the food, the weather and the people: so what better time to discover 50 reasons to love Cornwall…

From working out of the back of his car with old boards, to teaching tens of thousands of surfers – surf addict Chris Rea celebrates 25 anniversary of his surf school

It’s not quite Alfred Hitchcock, but the swoop of a seagull can instil fear into the bravest picnicker - love them or loathe them the seagull is in Cornwall to stay.

Bellyboarding outdates surfing and body boards by many years – but like its supersized cousins, it all began in Hawaii.

Part two of our quiz covers language, history, the people and places that make Cornwall unique - answers ar at the bottom - no cheating!

Parts of Cornwall offer a wonderful chance to see – and photograph – astonishing starry skies

Take our quiz to see if you can work out the Cornish town or village from the emojis!

It’s known as Cornwall’s forgotten corner, yet despite the depressing nickname The Rame Peninsula has a lot going for it. It’s an area of outstanding natural beauty boasting quiet beaches, glorious views along the south west coastal path and a smattering of quaint villages.

It’s about quality, not quantity. That was my feeling when I delved into Cornish castles. There aren’t oodles; possibly due to being a separatist community in the south-west. The Normans were great castle builders, erecting fortresses to cow the defeated English into submission. Perhaps in Cornwall it wasn’t necessary, well, not on such a scale anyway.

Homes & Gardens

Waterhouse on Rock manages to be both luxurious and eco-friendly

The kitchen is the hub of the home and the star feature of any open plan space

Cornwall has inspired many writers but few places had the impact that St Ives had on Virginia Woolf

Gorgeous to look at, easy to manage, beloved habitats to many species in search of a home and the perfect excuse to stop mowing the lawn: welcome to the wildflower garden

Rediscover your dining room with key looks from Cornwall Life’s Carol Burns


We’ve chosen some of our favourite books that were inspired by the that take your outside while staying in.

If you go down to the woods today...you’ll find an oasis of calm and fascination, discovers Su Carroll

If you’re worried about University, then why not try the easy-going lifestyle of stunning Cornwall? Every student journey is unique to the individual, and we’re here to make it that little bit easier to maintain the harmonious study-life balance

Apprentices, their families and colleagues came together on Friday night to celebrate in style as Truro College’s Gannel Building played host to the 2016 Cornwall Apprenticeship Awards.


Lay back and relax with our pick of eight of the best spa days in Cornwall for a nourishing mind, body and soul experience

Pets can give you companionship inside and outside your home.

It’s not all about crossing your legs and humming, you can meditate anywhere and at anytime – even when putting the kettle on.

We may be stuck indoors and the clubs and gyms may be shut for now, but we can all still stay active and healthy.

The current climate means that all of us may be looking for a whole new perspective on life.

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