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The Camper Van Cookbook: Life on 4 wheels, Cooking on 2 Rings

Whether you’re travelling in a camper van, or renting a holiday caravan or camping, you don’t want to be spending hours preparing meals and struggling with limited facilities. Cooking on 2 rings makes the task of feeding yourself, your family … Continue reading

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St Mawgan Churchyard Boat

If you visit the churchyard at St Mawgan you’ll see an unusual wooden boat cut out as a gravestone for some mariners’ graves.
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Collecting Seashells

Collecting seashells on Newquay’s beaches is a great way to spend a few hours, a day or your whole holiday. Beaches take on a new excitement once you start looking at collecting seashells as reminders of your holidays. But it’s so much better if you know where they are from and what they are called. Continue reading

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Cornish Recipes, Ancient and Modern, Edith Martin, Truro, 1929

Back in 1929 the Cornwall WI published a book that’s still sought after today among pasty-lovers worldwide. A simple booklet, produced by Edith Martin, called “Cornish Recipes, Ancient and Modern” gathered together the Cornwall WI members’ pasty recipes, as well … Continue reading

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