Nowhere in Cornwall is an easy drive, but the 90 mile round trip was well worth it for great fish and chips.
Recognised as one of the finest Military Museums in the South West of England, Cornwall’s Regimental Museum is housed in “The Keep” at Bodmin, a magnificent Grade II listed Victorian […]
Spent a very enjoyable time at the Maritime museum (and longer than expected) walking through the history of sailing in particularly Falmouth. There were lots of interesting sections (especially the […]
As you walk around the museum there are many exhibits and dioramas depicting life during war time, below are some of the portraits of the models in the exhibits.
Davidstow Airfield and Cornwall at War Museum I’m embarrassed to say this that at the age of 54 and living in Padstow, only 20 miles away that I have never […]
Many years ago when I was a youngster my Mum and Dad took me to Clovelly in North Devon, fifty years later I decided to return as the experience was […]
Wheal Martyn I am ashamed to say at the age of 54 this is the first time I have visited this place. As a true Cornishman I thought I already […]
The world famous Jamaica Inn, high up on wild and beautiful Bodmin Moor and made world-famous by Daphne du Maurier’s tale of smugglers, rogues and pirates.