Healthy chocolate for a good cause!

You may remember chocolate-makers, Cornwall’s Chocolate Cove from our first edition. Well, we recently caught up with founder Judy Hedden over a coffee and a deliciously healthy, melt-in-the-mouth Luscious Raspberry chocolate (pictured), to hear some exciting news about the company’s collaboration with an international wildlife charity. Judy set the scene, “I’ve always had a passion for […]

Ocean Pride Restoration Project

PZ 134 Ocean Pride is the only Newlyn built counter-stern lugger left in the country. Following many years of Service, she was taken to Rye Harbour, Sussex, where she lies today out of the water and deteriorating. A number of ‘Likeminded’ individuals have come together to try and get her brought back to Newlyn and over […]

Cornish Nicknames

Did you know there were nicknames given to Cornish towns and villages in Victorian times? ey were not always attering but existed nonethe- less. e nicknames came about for all sorts of reasons and were related to locations and history. Some were formed to re ect occupations (hence a coastal town known for shing had […]

Kid Friendly Eating in Penzance

Kid Friendly Eating in Penzance

Deciding on somewhere to eat out with the kids can sometimes be a challenge. Not a problem in Penzance which boast some great child friendly eateries that the whole family can enjoy. In fact, it was a struggle to pick just a handful of them, but here goes…we’ve hand-picked a few guaranteed to satisfy those […]