I really enjoyed researching and writing this feature about the wealth of food experiences available on and around the Fal River in Cornwall. From farmers markets to foraging, cookery schools to fine-dining restaurants, the area has so much to offer
Cornwall Content has been indulging in a spot of travel writing recently. This feature on a trip to Costa Rica featured in The Western Morning News Saturday travel section this month, with more adventures to follow… The PDF can be
Ben Tunnicliffe Sennen Cove and Sennen Surf Centre have teamed up with international surf brand O’Neill for a weekend of demonstrations and competitions on the 30th and 31st May. Product experts and pro surfers from O’Neill will be showcasing their
Expert mosaic designers Harvey and Jefferson, who have built up a mosaic building and restoration business over the last few decades, have now launched an innovative website, making their Victorian mosaic floors widely accessible. ‘Mosaics by Post’ combines traditional designs
This spring The Gurnard’s Head hosts Cornish Still Lives, its third art exhibition following In the Cornish Light of Day in 2013. The exhibition features work by distinguished artists from South West Cornwall: Gillian Cooper, Maggie O’Brien and Martin Sadler.
Fat Hen, the country’s only dedicated Wild Food Cookery School, is set to re-launch in 2014 with an inspiring menu of specialist cookery courses. The programme will showcase the astounding abundance and diversity of wild Cornish produce, as well as
For me, ‘Writing News’ has provided an insight into the history of journalism, its key concerns, and the current issues facing journalists working today. At the same time the basic elements of style and structure have been discussed and put
I found it difficult to identify blogs which could clearly be described as ‘journalistic’. This was because news sites themselves (like the BBC) have some characteristics of a blog, whilst sites which described themselves as blogs tended to have a
The Harbour Kitchen team, following the sale of The Harbour Restaurant in Port Isaac, embarked on an exciting new project this summer. The Harbour Kitchen Supply Store opened in August and was officially launched in September, with a busy gathering of food fanatics
On Friday 27th September one of the biggest fundraising events in the fight against cancer arrives in the Cornish village of Mousehole. The Old Coastguard will be hosting their own very special gathering as part of Macmillan’s national Coffee Morning from 10am, and all are welcome.