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Action Nan Pat Smith meets Wayne Dixon, award-winning environmental campaigner walking around Britain
Meet Wayne Dixon, the man who is litter picking around the UK coast

It’s wonderful to meet inspiring people, and so I was keen to meet Wayne Dixon, a former social worker and soldier…

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Storm watching at Land’s End and Sunday lunch at Sennen Cove

There is something magical about visiting the Cornish coast in winter after a storm. It is fascinating to watch waves being…

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Christmas lights at Colin Marshall's house, St Austell
Christmas lights extravaganza at Colin Marshall’s house St Austell

Christmas would not be Christmas in Cornwall without a visit to Colin Marshall’s house at Carclaze Road St Austell. Colin is the guy who we…

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A 3.5m St Piran carved in Cornish Granite by David Paton and Stéphane Rouget.
The carving of Saint Piran: the making of the 100th sculpture for La Vallée des Saints

When I heard about the giant sculpture of Saint Piran that’s being carved in a quarry just outside Mabe, I was…

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Discover the Emporium of Delights at the Old Foundry Chapel Hayle

The lovely Old Foundry Chapel in Hayle was constructed in 1845 by the Wesleyan Methodists. It has had several metamorphoses since…

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Apple weekend at Trelissick Gardens
Apple Weekend at Trelissick Gardens

It’s that time of year again, harvest time, ‘season of mists and mellow fruitfulness’ et al when I feel the overwhelming…

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Fal River Walk 2017
The Fal River Short Walk

The Rotary Club of Boscawen Truro organise the Fal River Walk each year. This involves two different walks around the Fal…

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The Art of Wine, Potluck Cornwall
Discovering The Art of Wine with Potluck Cornwall

Potluck Cornwall is a foodie lovers delight. Taor Morris manages the group to share her love of food and wine in…

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A day at Circus Funtasia

I must admit to not being much of a circus fan – I remember going many years ago as a child…

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A journey to Looe by train could become a family adventure
Nanny Pat’s adventures: a rainy day trip to Looe

A wet Friday in August, three grandchildren to look after, where shall we go today? There is no doubt about it,…

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