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Christmas Holiday Giveaway - Free Entry. Cornish Holiday For 4 In 2021

Posted by Select Cornwall on 29/11/2020

Win A Holiday In A Cornish Cottage For 2 People In Perranporth For 4 Nights! To Enter Click The Facebook Share Button Below. We will choose winner at random on Christmas Eve!  This...  more...

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3 Iconic Cornish Mines | Select Cornwall

Posted by Select Cornwall on 13/11/2020

Tin mining in Cornwall began in approximately 1800BC. The county was an important producer of tin, which was produced from the alluvial deposits mostly found in West Cornwall, but also Bodmin and St...  more...

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6 Things to do in Cornwall this Christmas | Select Cornwall | 2020

Posted by Select Cornwall on 08/11/2020

Swap your sun cream and sunglasses for fluffy jumpers and bobble hats! Explore your favourite Cornish beauty spots at the most wonderful time of the year. This Christmas is going to be different...  more...

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Cornwall’s Blue Flag Beaches 2020 | Select Cornwall

Posted by Select Cornwall on 15/04/2020

What is a Blue Flag beach? The Blue Flag is a world-renowned award that is awarded to beaches based on their cleanliness and safety for the people that use them and also to...  more...

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Interesting Facts About Cornwall | Select Cornwall

Posted by Select Cornwall on 15/04/2020

Cornwall only has 1 Neighbouring County Cornwall is the only county in England that has one bordering county, which is Devon. The county of Cornwall is the westernmost part of the South West...  more...

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Where to spot dolphins & other sea life in Cornwall | Select Cornwall

Posted by Select Cornwall on 01/04/2020

With 400 miles of unspoilt coastline, it’s no surprise that you can find some fantastic places to spot dolphins and other sea life whilst in Cornwall! Seals, basking sharks and even puffins can...  more...

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3 Reasons to Visit Porthcurno | West Cornwall | Select Cornwall

Posted by Select Cornwall on 11/03/2020

Porthcurno Porthcurno, translated from Cornish as ‘Bay of Cornwall', is a tiny village located in the far west of the county. It’s no surprise that this beautiful village is considered one of the...  more...

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3 Reasons to Visit Cornwall in March

Posted by Select Cornwall on 25/02/2020

Average temperature: 10°c Average daylight hours: 11 hours Average sea temperature: 9°c March is a fantastic time to visit Cornwall! Celebrate the patron saint of Cornwall on St Pirans Day. Join in with...  more...

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