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Leanne

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Cornish Food Market

What we need here is an easy, time-saving way to get all this lovely produce in one place so it can be bought hassle-free, preferably at a lower cost than the supermarkets to provide an incentive to support local farmers and producers....

Pentewan: Beaches, Adventurers, Foodies

Cornwall is a county brimming with many hidden treasures, secret coves and little hidey-holes... and Pentewan is most definitely one of them. Snuggled in the curve of Mevagissey Bay on the Cornish Riviera, Pentewan possesses all the...

A touch of expertise at Errant Surf School, Newquay

“How many days have you been out of the water?”
“Three years.”
“Oh ...”
As I slide into a wetsuit at the Errant Surf School, The Fear is kicking in, but there is no way I’m going to let myself flag in...

Du Maurier’s dark legacy at Jamaica Inn

I hadn’t been terribly familiar with the work of Daphne Du Maurier before reading Jamaica Inn. Don’t be fooled by her name. It conjures up images of a feminine lady sitting daintily at a typewriter - some sort of elegant, delicate...

Adrenalin rush at Bodmin Jail

God knows what this strange obsession with the weird and the wonderful is, but I’ve always been that way inclined. The means of scaring the living daylights out of myself by way of horror flicks, nightmarish novels and camp fire ghost...

Great Date-spectations: Blind Date at The Pancake House

So here’s a shining example of the persuasive powers of my editor, Miss MM of The Good Cornwall...

Burlesque Beauties

I had so much fun at my Steeldivas burlesque class that for the last hour and a half, I’ve been sitting ebay-ing longline bras and frilly corsets when I should be writing up a review. I cannot wait to try it...

Miss Peapods, Falmouth

It’s all I can do not to squeal with delight and dance my way up to the counter when I spot a mother and daughter, sat perfectly serenely at a table by Miss Peapod’s poster-clad entrance, having a casual catchup over...is...

Surviving Public Transport in Cornwall

The general rule is, if you’re visiting the folk in the vast and vibrant South West, you really have to drive. I would always recommend going by car if possible, but I also have first hand experience of not having that option. As a...

Surf's Up - Surf School Polzeath

The Surf’s Up Surf School gang are so good at giving you surf advice (as they should be after some 14 years in the boarding business) that there’s almost nothing you need to know in advance... except that if you’re booking up with...