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Rainy Day things to do in Bude Things to do

Rainy Day things to do in Bude

Rainy Day Bude If the weather isn’t inviting you outdoors, then retreat to one of Bude’s rainy day destinations, where the entire family can find a host of fantastic entertainment options. From animal lovers to film buffs and historians to

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Port Isaac and Doc Martin Places to visit

Port Isaac and Doc Martin

From Poldark to James Bond and Pirates of the Caribbean to World War Z, Cornwall provides a prime and popular location as a set for film and TV. Televised to audiences across the globe, the BBC’s hugely popular Doc Martin

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New Tate St Ives! Events

New Tate St Ives!

All art lovers take note: the Tate St Ives is reopening its recently renovated doors on 14th October! The iconic gallery staking prime position on Porthmeor Beach will be welcoming visitors back into its fold in style with a series of exhibitions, displays and events that promise to inspire both young and old with its eclectic cultural offerings.

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New Year's Eve in Cornwall Events

New Year's Eve in Cornwall

Ring in the New Year in inimitable style with Cornwall’s top schedule of celebrations set to take you into 2018 with memorable aplomb. Whether you prefer a pub-crawl, fancy dress party, fireworks on the beach or a spot of fine dining and dancing – you’ll find something and somewhere to suit your celebratory mood.

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Days out in and around Mevagissey Places to visit

Days out in and around Mevagissey

Ah…the sublime south Cornish coast. And if you’re lucky enough to be staying in one of the area’s most picturesque destinations of Mevagissey, not only will the pretty harbour town itself present you with oodles to see and do –

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Baby and toddler friendly days out in Cornwall: Animal Attractions Things to do

Baby and toddler friendly days out in Cornwall: Animal Attractions

Baby and toddler friendly days out in Cornwall: Animal Attractions Lauded as one of the best places in the UK and beyond for families to visit, Cornwall is chock with kiddie friendly options for all ages. And you don’t get

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Dining out in Mevagissey Food and Drink

Dining out in Mevagissey

South Cornwall’s uber picturesque fishing port offers more than dreamy views and beguilingly labyrinthine streets, as Mevagissey offers visitors a series of lip-smacking restaurants for a fresh and flavoursome feed.  From fine dining to bakeries and freshly landed fish ubiquitously

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Beaches in Bude Places to visit

Beaches in Bude

North Cornwall’s coveted holiday hotspot gains much of its popular status from one particular thing: its beaches. Bude’s top tally of sublime coastal spaces allows its visitors to bask in the beachiest of holidays, allowing everyone to spend some glorious

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A Screen Sensation: Discover Poldark’s Cornwall Places to visit

A Screen Sensation: Discover Poldark’s Cornwall

If (unlike me) you can divert your gaze beyond the rugged beauty of Ross Poldark himself, viewers of the current BBC hit programme may notice an even more striking star of the show: Cornwall. From ancient myths

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Super SUP with Newquay Activity Centre Things to do

Super SUP with Newquay Activity Centre

Across Cornwall, the longer days and the warmer weather begins to entice us out of hibernation mode and has us seizing every opportunity to enjoy the outdoors and fresh air. So when Newquay Activity Centre offered us the chance to experience their newest activity - Super SUP, we leapt at the opportunity!

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Gardens in South Cornwall Places to visit

Gardens in South Cornwall

Cornwall’s subtropical south spells pure and gorgeous greenery. The more sheltered side of the county affords the perfect position and climate for gardens of all types and scale, where you’ll find a tea plantation (Tregothnan), various vineyards and world famous

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8 reasons to visit Cornwall in spring Things to do

8 reasons to visit Cornwall in spring

Ahhh…we made it! Winter has finally bid adieu, the hedgerows and fields are a carnival of gorse and daffodil yellow, and the lighter mornings and evenings are finally encouraging us to get up, get out, and enjoy everything that’s on

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