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LittleCornishKids Aug 15
Great, free views up St. Agnes Beacon and a short, child-friendly walk.
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Penny Bedford Aug 16
Apparently, the weather is going to perk up and there's plenty to do in as the sun goes down.
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Lee James Palmer Aug 11
St Helen’s Oratory, 6th century medieval church at Cape Cornwall.
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Lee James Palmer Aug 11
The beautiful heather & gorse cliffs around Porthgwarra today.
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Toni Matravers Aug 17
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Yvonne Matthews Aug 18
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Lee James Palmer Aug 19
Sunday’s very Poldark view from Rinsey with the Wheal Prosper engine house!
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Yvonne Matthews Aug 17
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Mark David Turner Aug 11
Aaaaaaaannnd let the debate begin ... it is of course always supposed to be the ???? first isn't it ? 😉😜🤣
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Cornwall_and_More Aug 14
New blog! Our 1st post is all about why we decided to start a blog about the beautiful Cornwall ❤️ Link is in my bio.
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Lee James Palmer Aug 14
Unfortunately no seaglass today just free money instead...got a pasty & a lottery ticket!
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Kristen Spitty Photography Aug 17
you have been a dream... my heart is full, thank you to our very special Curzon/Smith/Joyce family who we love dearly...
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Yiggins Aug 12
So I have a really serious question I would like to ask. I would like you to answer as honestly as you see fit please ⬇️⬇️⬇️ While on holiday in Cornwall 🏕 How would you have your cream tea❓ 🤔
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The Alverton Hotel Aug 16
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Cornwall_and_More Aug 16
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Lee James Palmer Aug 16
Cornish Traditional Music session at the Admiral Benbow last night, such a wonderful evening of dancing & music!
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Lee James Palmer Aug 11
Weekend walks and clifftop packed lunches, making the most of a relaxing weekend...plus checking out the new sloes!
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Lee James Palmer Aug 13
The ancient harvest custom of ‘Crying the Neck’ over at Zennor today. Privileged to watch the cutting of the last patch of wheat in this age old tradition.
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Judith Aug 11
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