A circular walk in Kit Hill Country Park, given to the county by the Duchy to mark the birth of Prince William and where a midsummer bonfire is lit to celebrate the ancient Celtic Golowan festival.
A circular walk following the leats and horse-drawn tramways through the World Heritage site of the Luxulyan Valley to the massive viaduct which carried the tramways towards Newquay and water to winch the trams up the valley with a huge waterwheel, recommended in guidebooks as early as the 1920s "as one of the most glorious walks in all Cornwall".
Scary Little Girls’ Artistic Director Rebecca Mordan is celebrating 20 years at the helm of this community focused and artist led feminist company through the launch of the Mayven festival. A two season extravaganza of comedy, cabaret, festivity and feminism, storytelling and silliness, the Mayven festival celebrates the fact that Scary Little Girls has been going for 20 years and that they are STILL going strong!
There is a flurry of festivals happening all over Cornwall. Here are 11 that are coming up soon!
A circular walk with spectacular coastal scenery from Porthcurno to Penberth Cove, passing the famous wobbling boulder of Logan Rock and returning via the escape route from the wartime tunnels which housed one of the world's largest telegraph stations.
Last Friday, we headed to the beautiful Alverton Hotel for their wine tasting event.
A circular walk on a peninsula protruding into the Hamoaze estuary and where the land was dotted with gun batteries, defending against a potential invasion from Napoleon.
Earlier this month, we were invited to watch Open the Box Arts screening of their new film ‘The Seven Rituals of Hesitance and Fortitude’.
The annual Rattler Fest is right around the corner and we can’t wait to attend this great event that will kick-start the festival summer season. We’re getting ready for three jam-packed days of glorious live music, celebrity DJs and (of course) plenty of Healeys Cyder! Read on to find out what you can expect when attending this year's Rattler Fest.
A circular walk between Constantine Bay to Porthcothan via nature's swimming pool at Treyarnon beach and a spectacular series of islands, headlands and tiny coves named after wine and pepper smuggled there, and the rock where a customs officer was left by smugglers to drown.
Last week we headed to The Academy of Music and Theatre Arts (AMATA) once again, this time to watch Misri Dey’s new scratch show ‘Family Tree’.
Last Saturday, Community Reporter Fi Read, saw award-winning singer-songwriter David Ford, as he performed to an enthralled audience at one of Cornwall’s best live music venues: The OId Bakery Studios. Read on to hear Fi's thoughts!
Sam Nancarrow, one of our community reporters, headed to Perranporth Memorial Hall to watch A Real Fiction; which is loaded with current affairs, childhood nostalgias and one-hit wonders. This work has been co-created with the community, for the community. Read on to see what Sam thought!
On Monday, one of our new community reporters, Sam, headed to the Regal Theatre to watch the sensational new 'Phantasmagoria' which encompasses amazing & bizarre Circus acts with an original rock score.
Last week, we headed to AMATA to watch The Times Critic’s choice comedy-drama SKANK.
A circular walk from the fishing village of Port Quin to the golden sandy beaches of Epphaven Cove and Lundy Bay with spectacular coastal scenery, via the cliff-edge folly on Doyden Point built as a gambling den.
Gool Peran Lowen! St Piran’s Day, or the Feast of St Piran, is on 5th March and sees celebrations taking place all over Cornwall.
Looking for fun stuff to do in Cornwall with the kids this February half-term? Get inspired with our 10 half-term events and activities top picks.
A circular walk from the beach and tiny harbour of Portwrinkle to the small village of Sheviock, thought to be Cornish for "abounding in strawberries", with a church abounding in mediaeval tombs.