Motorhome owners hit back over lack of facilities in Cornwall
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Motorhome owners hit back over lack of facilities in Cornwall

They’ve responded to comments made by Visit Cornwall boss Malcolm Bell, the boss of Cornwall’s tourist body about motorcaravans visiting this summer.

My year of roaming free in Cornwall
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My year of roaming free in Cornwall

Photographer Cat Vinton’s work follows nomadic people in the natural world, – living out of her vehicle and exploring the Cornish way of life

New website allows you to explore Cornwall’s history in photos

New website allows you to explore Cornwall’s history in photos

‘Memory Lane’ is a new free online picture archive launching through lockdown, enabling people to share and celebrate historical moment

Warning as hundreds of venomous Portuguese man o’ war wash up on Cornwall beaches

Warning as hundreds of venomous Portuguese man o’ war wash up on Cornwall beaches

The Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s Marine Strandings Network has issued a warning

Hundreds of dangerous Portuguese man o’ war have washed up on beaches across Cornwall.

Outrage as St Ives’ Christmas light switch on is branded ‘disrespectful’
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Outrage as St Ives’ Christmas light switch on is branded ‘disrespectful’

The lights aim to bring festive cheer – but some think it is in bad taste

A Cornish town’s decision to turn on its Christmas lights early tonight has sparked outrage with people claiming it is “disrespectful”.

Tourism boss’ idea on how to solve Cornwall beach litter problem
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Tourism boss’ idea on how to solve Cornwall beach litter problem

The head of tourism in Cornwall has come up with an idea which he thinks could eradicate the problem of beach littering.

Reality of living in the sunniest and wettest places in Cornwall
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Reality of living in the sunniest and wettest places in Cornwall

Separated by just 30 miles, the two locations appear to have completely different climates

The weather for most of Cornwall is often pretty predictable – cloudy, mizzly and grey. Or so people would think.

Mayflower 400: Claims historic ship set sail from Cornwall not Plymouth

Mayflower 400: Claims historic ship set sail from Cornwall not Plymouth

Traditional history says the pilgrims aboard the Mayflower in 1620 left Plymouth – but Cornwall is now challenging that belief

Four hundred years ago today a ship carrying around 100 colonists left the shores of England for the new world. The voyage of the pilgrims aboard the Mayflower has gone down in history as a pivotal moment for America and has become part of the country’s creation myth.