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    Photos of Port Isaac – Cornwall

    Port Isaac has been very popular from day one of tourism in Cornwall, however since ITV launched the very popular TV series Doc Martin the village has become one of Cornwall’s top attractions.     The village carries on as usual when filming of Doc Martin happens – Martin Clunes is reported to love the […]

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    The Top 5 Cheap Eats In Cornwall

    Top 5 Cheap Eats In Cornwall

    With hundreds of restaurants, cafe’s, takeaways and fine dining on offer throughout Cornwall it’s hard not to find somewhere great to dine out. But if you’re with the family on holiday and need to save the pennies, then finding a place that sells fantastic food and which doesn’t break the bank is difficult. So with […]

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    When Not To Be On The Roads This Easter

    With Maundy Thursday just being a few days away, many are looking forward to their Easter weekend getaway. Though, unfortunately, the majority of us will be spending the beautiful weather stuck in the car behind a continuous line of traffic. More than 20 million cars are predicted to be on the roads over Easter. The roads that will […]

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    Which are the best months to visit Cornwall?

    Cornwall is a popular tourist destination for both Brits and foreigners. Its beautiful array of landscapes from the stunning granite moorland of Bodmin moor to the picturesque coastline of Land’s End makes for a truly beautiful holiday location. Throughout the year Cornwall has many things to offer but which are the best months to visit? To […]

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    Local Penzance Barber Offers Free Haircuts to the Homeless

    On the 29th of March, Steve Bell, owner of Fatty’s Barbershop in Penzance posted this touching post on Facebook: As from April 2017 fattys barbershop will be giving free hair cuts and beard trims to the homeless. #givingbacktothecommunity please share Posted by Fatty's Barbershop Penzance on Wednesday, March 29, 2017   His post quickly received over 100 […]

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    The Cornish Passport Is Now A Real Thing!

    Yesterday, on Brexit Day, there was a change in procedure for drivers crossing the Devon-Cornwall border on the Tamar Bridge. Phil Billington, a writer and lover of all things Cornish, was busy making sure a few travellers weren’t crossing the Tamar without their essential passport to Cornwall. This new (sort of) passport is apparently going to […]

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    Hayle

    Situated on the west coast of Cornwall, Hayle is a pretty little town boasting three miles of golden sands and the largest sand dunes in the county. The beach is divided into three areas – Hayle Towans, Black Cliff and Mexico Towans and is patrolled by lifeguards during the summer months. Hayle Towans is the […]

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    The Lizard

    The Lizard is a peninsula in south Cornwall and Lizard village is the most southerly village on mainland Great Britain. It is suspected that the name “Lizard” is derived from the Cornish name “Lys Ardh”, meaning “high court”. View Accommodation In The Lizard The Lizard’s coast is known for being hazardous to shipping and the […]

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    St Just

    St Just stands between two wild valleys near the coast, approximately four miles from Lands End and eight miles from Penzance. It is the most westerly town in mainland Britain and has managed to retain its character unlike many other towns in the UK. The valleys either side of St Just contain well preserved archaeological […]