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My fave view ever!

My fave view ever!

North Cornwall, Cornwall England, Travel England, National Trust, Shipwreck, Folklore

Shallow gradient at Porth Joke, Cornwall

A (bus-assisted) one-way walk from Holywell Bay along the coast and Gannel estuary to Newquay, passing the beaches of Porth Joke and Crantock and the headland of West Pentire where there is a spectacular display of red-and-gold wildflowers in June.

20 restaurants, bars, pubs and cafes worth a visit in Cornwall. Bowgie Inn Crantock, Newquay

20 restaurants, bars, pubs and cafes worth a visit in Cornwall.

The poppies and corn marigolds in flower on West Pentire Headland, Crantock, Cornwall - truly sublime and local to me!

The poppies and corn marigolds in flower on West Pentire Headland, Crantock, Cornwall - truly sublime

Mousehole harbour with Christmas lights, Cornwall, England

10 of the best Christmas events and where to see Christmas lights in London and the UK 2017

Visit a UK town or city near you to enjoy the best Christmas events, including market and Christmas light displays in London and the UK.

oakham england medieval | Foundations of a medieval house on the cliffs

oakham england medieval | Foundations of a medieval house on the cliffs

Cornish symbols: St Piran's Flag (white cross /black background); The Duchy of Cornwall shield of 15 gold bezants/black field. Black, white & gold symbolize Cornwall. In Cornish poetry the chough = the spirit of Cornwall; also it's a nickname for Cornish people. Anvil = Cornish nationalism, esp. extreme. Fish, tin & copper are traditional main industries. Flowers: broom, furze (gorse), rhododendron, many favour Cornish heath (Erica vagans). Tree = sessile oak/Cornish oak. Dish = Cornish…

The Duchy of Cornwall shield of 15 gold bezants/black field. In Cornish poetry the chough = the spirit of Cornwall; also it's a nickname for Cornish

Steps to Scrade Beach near Dizzard, Cornwall

A circular walk at St Gennys from the mediaeval church, via the smuggling routes though bluebell woods along the stream and an Iron Age clifftop fort crumbling into the sea, to some of North Cornwall's most remote coastline.

King Arthur's Great Halls

The Story of King Arthurs Great Halls

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