June Issue 2012 . Cornwall has a wealth of talented interior designers who are inspired by our beautiful county, a county that has something unique about it that you will struggle to find in other parts of the country. It’s a magic that draws people to the county like bees to a honey pot – the aspiration to jack it all in, up sticks and move to live near the beautiful coast. With that dream, people bring a wealth of talent, skills and experience to the county.
May Issue 2012 . The images that inspire artists to paint, poets to write and photographers to shoot are without doubt the breathtaking landscapes that spring to mind when you think of Cornwall. So, perhaps it comes as no surprise that the coastline, towns and villages that make up such a beautiful county also act as the inspiration and influence for clothing and fashion designers.
April Issue 2012 . Cornish fishermen are leading the way with intuitive methods and ideas to ensure the industry is sustainable and ethical. Jack Stein, the son of celebrity chef Rick Stein, is a successful chef in his own right, and believes no restaurant would want to be seen as unsustainable.
In this months film, we look at how sustainable fishing is impacting the industry and how to cook this most important of Cornwall's natural resources.
For some it will be the sight of a Cornish sunset that sets their heart on fire, for others it will be driving down a winding country lane and suddenly discovering a breathtaking cliff top view that will cause them to stand transfixed. With every corner of Cornwall offering a diverse mixture of scenery it can often be difficult to know where to start if you want to explore the county. To help you decide we took out a Morgan for the weekend, kindly provided by Perranwell Garage. The classic sports car added a magical element to our trip, and with the wind in our hair we went in search of some views to remember.