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A Romantic Break for Valentine's Things to do

A Romantic Break for Valentine's

Whether you’re an unashamed aficionado of the season of love or simply fancy spending some quality downtime with your beau this month, Cornwall is chock with Valentine’s break options.

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February Half Term with the Kids Things to do

February Half Term with the Kids

Treat the young ones (and yourselves) to some entertaining days out during February Half Term week (12th-16th), where a world of wonder, fun and exploration awaits throughout Cornwall.

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Pampered Pooches and Posh Paws Things to do

Pampered Pooches and Posh Paws

With beaches aplenty, coastal walks and muddy woods, our four-legged friends are prone to getting messy and muddy in Cornwall. Dog walkers will know that familiar feeling when their dog heads home splattered in mud or sand, or with twigs and leaves entwined in their fur!

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Blow Away Those January Blues Things to do

Blow Away Those January Blues

Beat those January blues by exploring what Cornwall has to offer during the season’s post-festive downtime, where a bracing experience of the outdoors can be enjoyed alongside a wealth of cultural offerings and spectacular sights across the Duchy.

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Mousehole’s Tom Bawcock’s Eve Events

Mousehole’s Tom Bawcock’s Eve

The pretty fishing village of Mousehole is world famous for its harbour lights; a Christmas tradition which started in 1963. These days an estimated 30,000 people flock to see them, both visitors and locals alike as there’s something quite magical

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Yoga by the sea Things to do

Yoga by the sea

Crashing waves, howling winds and heavy rain showers. A typical Cornish evening in November. You might imagine yourself snuggled up by a roaring log fire, drinking hot chocolate or wine. The Aspects team, however, had different ideas. On the last evening of November, we finished up at the office, popped on some comfy clothes and headed to the Porthmeor Studios in St Ives for some relaxing yoga by the sea.

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Dog Walks in and Around Newquay Things to do

Dog Walks in and Around Newquay

Autumn is the best time of year for the dog lovers amongst us. Newquay benefits from many dog friendly beaches all year round,

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Dog Friendly Pubs in Cornwall Food and Drink

Dog Friendly Pubs in Cornwall

What better place to bring the beloved hound than one of the most picturesque corners of the country replete with open spaces as far as the eye can see?

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Cornish Christmas Markets Things to do

Cornish Christmas Markets

Get into the festive spirit and tick off your shopping list in atmospheric style by visiting any of the plethora of Christmas markets across Cornwall, where a world of yuletide splendour awaits.

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Where to see Santa this Christmas Things to do

Where to see Santa this Christmas

He’s here! The man of the moment will be doing the festive rounds at a venue near you, delighting children and adults alike as we dive into the yuletide spirit during the pre-Christmas period.

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Why you should visit Cornwall this Christmas Things to do

Why you should visit Cornwall this Christmas

Blissful, blustery beach walks and roaring pub fires; Christmas craft fairs and village festivals; ice-skating and fairy-tale woodland adventures. Cornwall’s got Christmas covered.

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Ice skating at the Eden Project Things to do

Ice skating at the Eden Project

Get your skates on… Cornwall’s mild winters mean we tend to miss out on snow fun and games. When I was ten I lived in the States in Michigan, where there was white stuff on the ground for six months.

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