I’m a self-confessed beach bum and spring is nearly here… Soon I will be on the beach at any available moment: picnics, BBQ’s, body boarding, sun bathing with a book, or just a walk and a paddle after a day at the office. I can’t wait to feel that almost forgotten summer breeze…. Cornwall has … More Five Fantastic Beaches to Visit in Cornwall
Captain Cornwall blog: 5 reasons to visit Cornwall in February … More 5 Reasons to Visit Cornwall in February
I was watching BBC’s Poldark on Sunday night and suddenly realised that every episode now seems to have at least one shot of Holywell Bay. It happens to be one of my favourite beaches and is only a fifteen minute drive from my house so I have been there quite a few times during the … More The Magic of Holywell Bay, as seen (many times) on Poldark
5 reasons why I felt very proud to be Cornish on St Piran’s Day on the 5th of March. Cornwall blog. … More 5 Reasons Why I Felt Proud to be Cornish on St Piran’s Day
Nestled between the villages of Tideford and Polbathic lies the historical village of St Germans. Situated alongside the River Tiddy, which meets the River Tamar near Saltash, St Germans is a sleepy village lying amongst stunning countryside. The railway station connects St Germans to Plymouth, Britain’s vibrant ‘Ocean City’ as well as southbound to Liskeard … More Rural Tranquillity: The Sleepy Village Of St Germans
Having spent 18 years in education followed by three and a half years working as a teacher, the concept of ‘new term, new start’ is fully ingrained in my mindset. It might feel like summer is over because the evenings are pulling in fast and Christmas seems to be hurtling towards us at an unstoppable … More Hello September!
Sundays are made for relaxing and clearing your head from all the stresses in your life. After a lovely lie-in (I slept until 10 am, something that never happens – I usually wake up as soon as it gets light) I had a leisurely breakfast and then sat in the garden for a while, reading … More A Cream Tea By The Sea