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Cornwall's Golden Girl: Helen Glover

Hailing from our very own county, Helen Glover MBE made waves in more ways than one at London 2012 when she became Team GB’s first gold medallist and claimed the first ever British Olympic gold medal in women’s rowing. Having only...

On the border...

One of the simple pleasures about visiting Cornwall is that you don't even have to pay for the privilege, that joy is saved for the return journey back across the Tamar waters into neighbouring Devon. It is the little things like this...

From the Greatest Show to the Greatest County - A Cornish Legacy

The flame may have been extinguished but here at Team GCG we want to ignite your sporting side and show you exactly what makes Cornwall so inspiring....

The Food Travel Company serve up Fish Glorious Fish

It’s neither can’t cook or won’t cook but more a case of time as my culinary nemesis when to comes to progressing from the microwave...

When One Sport Just Isn't Enough

Pull on the goggles, lace up your trainers and pump up your tyres, the inaugural Human Race Festival of Sport is coming this...

Rocking the Beach at Lusty Cove

It is all too easy to imagine the gentle Atlantic waves lapping against the shore of a tranquil cove set on the rugged north Cornwall coast. What isn’t quite so clichéd is throwing acclaimed rock pop act, Feeder into this dreamy...

Olympic Torch Lighting up Cornwall

Close your eyes and let the iconic ivory tinkling of Vangelis Chariots of Fire guide you across sandy expanses in slow motion. Seven years in the making, the Greatest Show on Earth is almost upon us, and as part of the official build up...

Raise Your Glasses: The Celtic Beer Festival

A rather well know Danish brewer don’t do beer festivals but if they did, then St Austell Brewery’s annual Celtic Beer Festival is probably one of the best in the...

Cheers to Beers: Celtic Beer Festival

Torch Bearer, Podium, St Awesome City and even a Bucket of Blood…..I don’t recall beer moniker being encouraged or even offered as a career move back in my school days, oh what a dream job to have. The more bizarre the better as we...

All aboard the Looe Valley Line!

Deep in the heavily wooded valleys of south east Cornwall. Along every twist and turn passengers are left to marvel at an array of stunning scenery passing close by the window. It may only be short, at little under 9 miles from Liskeard...

Rodda’s - The Cream of the Crop

A rousing sing-a-long at the Last Night of the Proms, freshly lawned Wimbledon courts or the majestic sound of willow against leather on a lazy summer afternoon. Few occasions evoke such raw patriotism and unite us as a nation but let...

A Good Old Bees Up: Callington Honey Fair

A great bear once declared “I’m rumbly in my tumbly, Time for something...

Finding the Lost Gardens of Heligan

Intrigued by the secrets beneath the leafy veil, my curious nature diverted my gaze towards the privately owned (no National Trust interference here then) Lost Gardens of Heligan in St Austell. So long in the shadow of its illustrious...

Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again: Daphne Du Maurier Festival

Never one to miss an opportunity to indulge in a little networking, or research if you are so discerning, the annual Daphne du Maurier Festival of Literature and Arts immediately caught my eye and got the pen nervously twitching at such...