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Truro poultry auction
A visit to the poultry auction in Truro

Have you ever wondered where the wonderful assortment of chickens and ducks who entertain you all at Bosinver come from? Of…

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Cornwall Beaver Project
A visit to the Cornwall Beaver Project at Woodland Valley Farm

I was very fortunate to join a trip to the Cornwall Beaver Project organised by the Cornwall Wildlife Trust who are…

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Rescue hens find a new home at Bosinver
A new home for rescue hens at Bosinver

Yesterday we collected eight hens from the British Hen Welfare Trust depot at Locrenton Stables St Keyne, near Liskeard. The British…

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Bluebells in Cornwall
Bluebells and cream teas: top bluebell walks in Cornwall

Blue as far as the eye can see… It’s little wonder so many people get excited about bluebell season in Cornwall….

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Snow in Cornwall and the naming of storms

I have recently noticed that our British storms are being given names now, not just the ones hurtling across from America….

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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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Cockerels at Boscowen Farm
A new home for our Buff Orpington cockerels

Just before Christmas, Farmer Dave tasked our animal-loving Marketing Officer Elaine with trying to find new homes for three of our…

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Polly Joke's spectacular poppies make it a popular place for walking in Cornwall in early summer
Walks in Cornwall: Polly Joke and the Kelseys

The area around Polly Joke and the Kelseys is one of the most spectacular places for walking in Cornwall. In late…

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Wheale Coates near St Agnes, Cornwall
A circular 5 mile dog friendly walk around St Agnes Beacon

I love walking along the North Cornwall coastline around the St Agnes area and recently completed this circular five mile walk…

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