Trencrom Hill Sunshine Walk

Neolithic Ancient Cornish site with views to the North and South Coasts. The young Virginia Woolf used to enjoy 'Sunday Tramping' to Trencrom with her family when she summered in St. Ives as a child. You can walk from St. Ives or if you want to have more time exploring and enjoying the views there are car parks and laybys near the base of the hill. Also if you…

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Gwithian in February

This February Cornwall has had some amazing weather, much warmer than normal and days of sunshine. Any day it is worth making the most of the sunny Winter days as the Cornish landscape is stunning year round. When the tide is out you can walk along the miles of beach towards Hayle or Godrevy but do be mindful of the tide coming in as some stretches do not have…

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Pumpkin Carving

This year was the Sloop Studio's first Pumpkin Carving competition. Angela has always been a keen pumpkin carver and Halloween fun enthusiast so she got very excited to have another purpose for her yearly creations. It was a great turn out for it's first year and there was a lot of fantastic pumpkins to admire. The Sloop Studios did a fantastic job of hosting and at 6pm the results…

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Stacking Robots

One of our favorite products is the RAAR classic Wooden Stacking Robots, great for all ages and over the years have kept Angela and Chris amused on many occasions. They are great for brain development with 3D awareness, hand-eye coordination and balancing skills all required for creating interesting builds with the robots. They often venture outside and like enjoying the sunshine and views around St. Ives. 

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How Many Beaches are in St. Ives?

After looking at some reviews of St. Ives on Google which only gave 1 star Chris decided to investigate further...... It seems that a few people who visit St. Ives only visit a tiny, tiny part of it!!!!! Some of the people who awarded St. Ives only a single star complained about the 'only beach' being a tidal harbour beach. This made Chris a bit sad as people visiting…

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Penzance to Newlyn walk

We love Penzance, there are lots of great business and places to visit, Morrab Gardens being one of our favourite places to walk through. The sub-tropical gardens are beautiful and often full of colour and maintained well by volunteers and the Council. With fish ponds and plenty to look at we always try to at least walk through them when we visit Penzance. On this day we used Morrab…

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Stormy Kynance Cove

An amazing National Trust cared for area. A car park is nearby (National Trust prices) or it is along the South West Coast Path. This was our first visit there (yep there are actually a lot of beaches we still haven’t been to yet).As normal for our first visit somewhere new the tide was on its way in and there was a slight storm in the air. As its…

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Love Cornwall whatever the Weather

Lots of people only think of Cornwall when the sun is shining and you can lounge around on the beach but there is so much more to Cornwall. When it’s a bit stormy there is a sense of power and awesomeness everywhere and as long as you are prepared it is just as great as when the sun shines. Year round there are incredible places to visit and seeing…

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Chocolate Making Fun!

Recently we were privileged enough to attend an open evening at the new fabulous Coco Kitchen. We got to taste some (well quite a lot if we are honest) of the super tasty chocolate creations they make as well as have a go at making our own chocolate lollies. The team there have done an amazing job renovating the building and now have a proper home to make their chocolates…

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