Recently, two national newspapers have chosen their favourite beaches in the country and happily, they are on the North Cornish coast. However, they’re about as different as they could be. Here are our thoughts on their choices, and how to choose the right beach for you.
After a long wait, the third series of BBC's Poldark is finally here. The first couple of episodes have promised us a good mix of the expected melodrama and intrigue, along with new characters and story-lines. We've compiled 5 key facts for Series 3 to whet your appetite for things to come - (no major spoilers). If you know anything we don't, let us know in the comments below!
The third series of BBC's Poldark has kicked off to give us our weekly fix of brooding drama and sweeping Cornish vistas. Series 3 has moved some of the locations out of the county, but of course the coastal views are unmistakably Cornish. We are adding to our comprehensive list of the main shooting locations so this post now covers Series 1, Series 2 and Series 3, so read more to discover Poldark's Cornwall.
As we now enter summer, more and more of us will be donning our bathers and heading into the bracing bite of the Atlantic. Thankfully, accidents are relatively rare, but one particular hazard remains a constant threat and sadly has taken many lives - the rip current, often known as a riptide or undertow. In this blog post, we describe what a rip current is, how to spot it, and how to escape it.