Would you rather:
a) eat your own bodyweight in chocolate and mince pies, surrounded by wrapping paper debris;
b) flop about in front of a fire watching inane TV; or
c) plunge into the sea without a wetsuit with lots
It just doesn’t feel like Christmas unless you have a trip planned to see the Christmas lights display in the small fishing village of Mousehole. The display has been produced every year since 1963 and now contains an estimated 7000
Though the experience is enriching enough, it’s a crime to leave Cornwall empty handed.
With a vast array of artisan gifts, keepsakes and treats to take home, visitors are spoiled for choice when it comes to interesting, bespoke and, quite
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
Perhaps the most famous of all the Christmas lights displays is in Mousehole Harbour. The flick of the switch will illuminate old favourites such as the Mousehole Cat, the Loch Ness Monster and many more. This year the
It’s cold. It’s dark. Winter cometh. Must be time to get the withy lanterns out then, take to the streets, make some noise and celebrate community. Well that’s what Cornwall’s capital Truro does for their annual City of Lights festival,
If you’re anything like us, planning a family Christmas has to start weeks in advance. There’s just so much to consider. The diary comes out and the countdown begins, planning out how we’d like Christmas to be this year. So,
Legend has it that Tom Bawcock took his fishing boat out in a huge storm to save the village from famine, and managed to catch enough fish to feed the entire village. The fish were baked into a pie with
The Christmas season in St Ives is truly special – festive spirit seems to be doubled, just like the Christmas lights around the Harbour are reflected by the sea. An evening walk through St Ives becomes magical, as Santa arrives
St Ives has always been a fantastic place to spend the Christmas and New Year period but this year, local businesses and the town council have been working together to create a real festive feeling.
St Ives in December launched