We’ve been back to Helsbury Park to see their fabulous new pool. As well as the last word in luxury this facility has been designed with sustainability at its core and includes a sauna, gym, toilets and wet rooms.
The pool measures fifteen by five metres with a lounge area at one end and a spacious [...]
Truro’s new Skatepark was officially opened on 11 April 2009. It cost half a million pounds and took four years to complete - everyone who’s experienced it so far says it was well worth the money and the wait.
Check out our panorama which was shot at the official opening.
At the beginning of April we went to Wills Lane Gallery in St Ives to see Tavs JÃ¸rgensen’s. exhibition From virtual line to physical form: Glass and Ceramics. The glass and ceramic pieces you can see in our panorama originate from a line drawn in the air with a digital stylus. JÃ¸rgensen is [...]
The Vean is an eight-bedroomed luxury country house retreat which sleeps up to 16 people. Beautifully furnished and decorated as an elegant period Georgian country house it has all the comforts of a modern luxury home.
Part of the Caerhays Estate, the Vean has stunning views across Caerhays Castle gardens and the wooded Porthluney Valley and [...]
It’s been snowing here in Cornwall, as well as in most of the rest of the country. The snow has been causing all kinds of problems on the roads and elsewhere, with many schools closed and people unable to get to work. Here in Truro’s Victoria Gardens the snow makes a perfect Christmas card scene.
Is Land’s End the world’s most iconic landmark? Though it has no great historical significance, there’s something undeniably romantic about the South Western tip of the British mainland.
The starting point for numerous sponsored journeys to John O’Groat’s at the opposite end of the UK, the signpost indicates the distance in miles to this and other [...]
Here in the Lookout tower at the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, you’d be forgiven for spending all of your time gazing out of the window. The sweeping panorama of the estuary, Falmouth, the harbour and docks has to be one of the most spectacular views in Cornwall.
There’s plenty to see and do inside as well, [...]
Last Wednesday evening,Â Truro was transformed as a procession of animals, angels, pixies and other strange and magnificent illuminated forms snaked their way through the city accompanied by Samba bands and exotically attired dancers. Yes, it was the annual City of Lights Parade, now in its thirteenth year.
The crowds turned out in force, and though [...]
Pendeen Lighthouse was built by Trinity House in 1900. For a mainland lighthouse, it feels very remote and isolated. The atmosphere here when the mist rolls in and the automatic foghorn starts up must be quite creepy, but in the late afternoon sunshine it makes a stunning addition to the West Penwith coastal landscape [...]