A figure-of-8 walk at Bude where the demand for lime-rich sand could not even be met by 4000 horses a day and so a 35 mile canal was built to transport it to the Tamar Valley.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Cornwall! Here are our favourite Christmas markets and fairs you can attend this festive season.
A circular walk around the iconic landmarks at Minions, including The Hurlers stone circles, The Cheesewring and the engine houses of the South Phoenix Mine.
Not sure what to do with the family this half term? Cornwall 365 What’s On have got you covered with a great selection of theatre, arty activities and workshops to keep you busy.
Spooky season has arrived, read on to see some of the many spook-tastic events that will help you get frightfully festive.
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It's Sustainable September. At What's On were shining a light on venues and cultural sectors and the steps they've taken to tackle climate change.
We headed down to the Tin Coast to see the first of the three Ordinalia plays that are being staged in St Just this September.
This year, for the first time ever, four historic Cornish manuscripts are reunited in Kresen Kernow’s Mes a’n Kemmyn / Out of the Ordinary exhibition.
It's Sustainable September! All month we are focusing on how venues, visitors and event-goers can be sustainable in Cornwall. Read on to discover 13 green events to inspire you this Autumn.
We are delighted to share an illustrated tryptic by Issy Stephens, inspired by living in Cornwall.
Summer is in full swing! Read on to find loads of things to do with your family in Cornwall this summer, from theatre and art workshops to fairgrounds and summer fetes.
Looking for a Cornish staycation to remember? Need somewhere to camp in Cornwall this August? Live locally and looking for an amazing day out? Well, this is the summer event for you!
We are delighted to share the first in a series of short digital stories by Storylines that explore how our Cornish culture is entwined with the sea.
In this short poetic film, writer and performer Taran Spalding-Jenkin celebrates Cornish events and what they mean to us, using home footage donated by the community.
A walk on the tracks trodden by the donkeys laden with slate from the coastal quarries of Trebarwith to Tintagel Haven where the slate was loaded onto ships and Tintagel Castle's island, inhabited during the mediaeval period, the Celtic times of King Arthur, and before this by the Romans.
Get ready for many of Cornwall's top outdoor attractions to reopen on Monday 12th April! Here are some of the much-loved places to visit and enjoy after the long winter lockdown.
Easter is just around the corner, and we’ve put all the best eggs in one basket to help you make the most of the holiday. This year is all about hopping around outdoor egg hunts, and hopefully some spring sunshine. Happy Easter! PS. Make sure to sign up to our Week Ahead newsletter to get […]
St Piran's Day is going virtual this year, but that doesn't mean the celebrations are cancelled. Here are 8 ways to mark St Piran's Day from home. Gool Peran Lowen!
As part of our Feel Good February series, guest contributor Stephanie shares how she has rediscovered a love of dance during lockdown.