Take Padstow with its picturesque harbour and Rick Stien, Falmouth – a working port and charming shopping town. There is Truro, the only city in Cornwall where the cathedral still dominates the skyline. Cornwall Council consider Cornwall’s unique cultural heritage and distinctiveness to be one of the area’s major assets.

Park and Ride schemes run in peak season at Lelant Saltings for the town of St Ives and at Liskeard for Looe, while two parking sites at Langarth Park and Tregurra Park serve Truro. Discover Cornwall’s subterranean world of tin mines, excavated tunnels and rocky passageways with Cornwall Underground Adventures. From entry level underground expeditions to a full day exploration, this experience will show you a different perspective of Britain’s coastal county.

As a result, the vegetation is luxuriant, especially in sheltered coastal areas. The south coast is gentler, historic fishing villages, small sheltered coves and green fields running down to the water’s edge. North Cornwall tends to be wilder, rugged cliffs, long sandy windswept beaches, a land of myth’s and legends… Dogs are restricted on the designated beaches at the times listed below Cornwall Council enforces restrictions at the following beaches which are all part of a Public Spaces Protection Order. Other privately owned beaches may have their own local restrictions in force.

From the popular surfing resort of Newquay to the historical town of Marazion, there are so many great places to stay throughout the county. Cornwall, born in Liberta, Antigua’s third-largest town, followed in the footsteps of his maternal uncle Wilden Cornwall – who played 53 first-class games – to take up cricket. He first became a contender for international cricket in 2017 when he scored 252 runs in the 2017 Regional Super50 at an average of 50 and a strike rate of nearly 120, while taking ten wickets at an economy rate of 3.63. At the time, then chairman of selectors Courtney Browne had said that Cornwall had been identified as a “”special talent””, but needed extra attention – like special coaching and having a dietician – before being considered for the senior side. The Mount is managed by both the National Trust and the St Aubyn family, working together.

In a major boost for learners across Cornwall and beyond, Cornwall College now has University Centre status, following a successful bid to the Department for Education. As part of The Cornwall College Group , university level courses have been delivered successfully for many years across its campuses in Camborne, Newquay, Falmouth, St Austell, Eden, St Mellion, Stoke Climsland and Bicton College in Devon. Multiply is a new FREE fully-funded programme to help adults across the UK to improve their numeracy skills.

A masterpiece in the making, filled with beaches, clifftops, cities and nature. Hugging the south-west, Devon is a playground for adventurers, explorers and foodie lovers. From some of the steepest gradients in the county on the North Torpoint coastal road, to gentle country cycles – there’s something for everyone here.

The Convergence Programme for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly will succeed the current Objective One Programme, which has been delivered with great effect by the key stakeholders. A total of €458.1 million has been allocated to the new Programme for 2007–13, which will be complemented by €196 million of Convergence ESF funding to support learning and skills related activities. Agriculture, once an important part of the Cornish economy, has declined significantly relative to other industries. However, there is still a strong dairy industry, with products such as Cornish clotted cream.

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