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A video from The National Trust on the South West Coast Path. The National Trust and the South West Coast Path Maintaining the coastal path is a major undertaking. The video features among others, Kynance Cove and Lantic Bay in Cornwall and many of the stunning locations on the 300 miles of the south west […]Continue reading
The Giant Jellyfish are harmless. We are seeing a large number of them again this year around the coast of Cornwall This Barrel Jellyfish (Rhizostoma pullmo) was filmed along with his dog in the Percuil Estuary, near St Mawes by Cornwall Wildlife Trust marine awareness officer Matt Slater. This video was taken last year […]Continue reading
Tregullas Farm National Trust in Cornwall took part in the National Trusts Open Farm Sunday. Here are few photos from a visit to the farm and a walk along the coastal path past the Lighthouse. Tregullas Farm The National Trust has been very involved in this area of the Lizard for over 20 years and […]Continue reading
A short video from the first day at the Royal Cornwall Show 2015. Sunshine and fun. Royal Cornwall Show 2015 Over 100,000 visitors are expected at this years show which runs until Saturday June 6th. For more information and to see the visit the official web site.Continue reading
This video (St Ives Storm Lambeth Walk) was filmed on Lambeth walk in St Ives on a high Spring tide. The video maker could only stand the spray wind and force for a few minutes. When you see the same area on a lovely sunny day it is difficult to comprehend the difference between the […]Continue reading
Fowey Looe Kayak In this video (Fowey Looe Kayak) the Kayakers leave Fowey and head along the coast past into Polperro harbour and then back out to sea. Past Looe Island (St Georges Island) and arrival at Looe. Great views of the coastline. There are several firms that operate around the coast offering guided trips […]Continue reading
Syracusa Shipwreck Dive A Syracusa Shipwreck Dive is one of the most popular wreck dives off the coast near Newquay. Newquay has several boats that operate from the harbour that can take divers out to this popular wreck. The Syracusa was a 1243-ton schooner-rigged iron-screw steamer was wrecked on 6 March, 1897 and lost with all […]Continue reading
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