On Photos of Cornwall today we have the very lovely Sonia of This Mummy Loves and The Places We Will Go sharing her gorgeous photos with us.
I have been to The Lost Gardens of Heligan many times now, but I have never seen them looking quite as beautiful as they do right now.
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I am slightly (very) biased, but Cornwall really does have some of the best spots for watching the sunset. One of my personal favourites is Wheal Coates in St Agnes.
Last week we went to watch the fireworks at Flambards in Helston and we also then went the next day to watch the British Fireworks Championships in Plymouth.
Despite living in Cornwall all my life and a large chunk of it in St Austell, I have only just this week discovered what a gem the Wheal Martyn Clay Works are for a family day out.
Last month I went with a friend to watch The Scummy Mummies show at the Guildhall in St Ives after being invited by Mothers of Cornwall, The Unique Cornish Event Company and Laureate Communications.
There is a new addition to my Photos of Cornwall series today, which includes some gorgeous photos along with an interview with the lovely Kerri-Ann who writes Life As Our Little Family.
20 Dog friendly beaches in Cornwall! Thinking about taking your dog on holiday to Cornwall or local with a dog? Well if they are a beach/sea loving pooch, then here is the list for you. Twenty beaches that allow dogs on them all year…